This statement was last updated on January 9, 2024
We at Darby Rodeo Association are working to make our darbyrodeo.org accessible to people with disabilities.
What web accessibility is
An accessible site helps visitors with disabilities to browse the site with the same or a similar level of ease and enjoyment as other visitors. This can be achieved with the capabilities of the system on which the site is operating, and through your own assistive technologies.
Accessibility adjustments on this site
This site is being adapted in accordance with WCAG guidelines, and is being made more accessible as we can. As part of this effort, we have also
Used the Accessibility Wizard to find and fix potential accessibility issues
Set the language of the site
Set the content order of the site’s pages
Defined clear heading structures on all of the site’s pages
Added alternative text to images
Implemented color combinations that meet the required color contrast
Reduced the use of motion on the site except for videos
Ensured all videos, audio, and files on the site are accessible by clicking on them
Declaration of partial compliance with the standard due to third-party content
The accessibility of certain pages or elements on the site such as videos may depend on contents that do not belong to the organization, and instead belong to third parties. We therefore declare partial compliance with the standard for these pages.
Accessibility at the rodeo grounds
Accessibility arrangements have been made in parking, ramp access to bleachers and reserved seating area.
Requests, issues, and suggestions
Darby Rodeo Association strives to do our best for all our visitors. The dynamic nature of websites makes this difficult and so there may be times when this site is not accessible or is in the process of being updated. If you find an accessibility issues on the site, or if you require further assistance, you are welcome to contact the DRA Administrator: Stacie at firstname.lastname@example.org