Accessibility

To ensure maximum accessibility, NCTracks content has been built using code compliant with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards.
 

In accordance with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, every effort has been made to ensure NCTracks and its subsequent web application portals are accessible to individuals, including those with disabilities.  Section 508 and other accessibility features include:

  • Alternative text for appropriate images and other non-text elements
  • Title attributes for additional information about links and other elements
  • Structural markup to indicate headings and lists to aid in page comprehension
  • Association of all form inputs with labels
  • Association of all data cells in a data table with their appropriate headers
  • Keyboard Navigation capability
  • Print-page capability
  • Supported language links
  • System-level, Page-level, and Content-level help links
  • Tooltip help indicated by text with a dashed blue underline
  • File support links for Adobe Acrobat or Open Office documents

If you or someone you know is not able to access any content on this website due to a disability, please let us know. To learn more about the regulations governing the accessibility of Federal electronic information products, visit the United States Access Board or the official Section 508 page.

Zooming In and Out

You can make your screen display larger or smaller as needed. If you need to adjust the size of your screen display, you can use functions in your web browser to accomplish that.

Find instructions for your browser below:

Windows Internet Explorer

In the Internet Explorer browser, click the Page icon, shown below.

Internet Explorer Page Icon
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Internet Explorer Page Icon
The "Page" selection will allow you to access the Zoom controls.

Click Zoom, and then click Zoom In or Zoom Out to adjust the screen display size.

Internet Explorer Zoom Function
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Internet Explorer Zoom Function
Choose an option from the Zoom pull-down.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut >Ctrl + (hold down the Ctrl key and press the plus sign) to increase the size of the display, or use Ctrl - (hold down the Ctrl key and press the minus sign) to decrease the size of the display. You can also click one of the percent values listed to adjust the display to that percentage of normal, or click Custom... to enter your own value from 10 to 1000. To return the display to the normal size, click 100%.

Mozilla Firefox

In the Firefox browser, click View in the main menu, and then click Zoom. Click Zoom In or Zoom Out to adjust the screen size, as shown below.

Firefox Zoom Function
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Firefox Zoom Function
Choose an option from the Zoom pull-down.

You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + (hold down the Ctrl key and press the plus sign) to increase the size of the display, or use Ctrl - (hold down the Ctrl key and press the minus sign) to decrease the size of the display. You can also click Reset or press Ctrl 0 (hold down the Ctrl key and press the zero key) to return the display to the normal size.

Google Chrome

In the Chrome browser, click the "wrench" icon to the right of the URL, and then click the plus or minus symbol next to the Zoom function to adjust the screen size, as shown below.

Chrome Zoom Function
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Chrome Zoom Function
Click the plus or minus symbol to change zoom scale.

You can zoom to a maximum of 300 percent, or as small as 50 percent. You can also click the Full Screen icon to display the screen full size. To return to the normal display, press the F11 key or move your mouse pointer near the top of the screen and click the Exit full screen (F11) link. To return the display to the normal size, click the plus or minus symbol until 100% is displayed.