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Summary

Pages Checked: 54
Found 7297 problems in 54 pages

Page weblinks.htm

Found 50 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 38
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 48
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 18
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 34
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 222
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 18
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 34
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 222
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 11
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 14
  3. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 103
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 38
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 48
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 38
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 48

Priority 2

WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 24
  2. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 26
  3. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 57
  4. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 58
WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 18
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 34
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 222
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 18
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 34
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 222
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 23
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 38
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 48
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 38
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 48
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 50
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 50
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 51
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 26
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 26
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 27
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 28
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 30
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 31
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 227
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 18
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 34
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 51
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 222
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 51

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 38
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 48

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 38
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 48

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 51

Page toc.htm

Found 52 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 66
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 327
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 36
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 52
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 327
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 30
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 32
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 66
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 66

Priority 2

WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 327
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 327
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 41
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 56
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 66
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 66
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 68
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 68
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 69
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 44
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 44
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 44
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 44
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 45
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 45
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 46
  8. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 46
  9. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 48
  10. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 48
  11. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 49
  12. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 49
  13. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 332
  14. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 332
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 69
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 327
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 69

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 66

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 66

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 69

Page _private/inforeq.htm

Found 1 Problem

Priority 1

WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 7

Page timeline.htm

Found 249 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 47
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 57
  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 59
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 27
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 43
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 427
  4. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 451
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 27
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 43
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 427
  4. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 451
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 20
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 23
  3. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 69
  4. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 73
  5. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 73
  6. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 76
  7. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 76
  8. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 80
  9. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 80
  10. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 82
  11. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 84
  12. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 84
  13. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 86
  14. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 87
  15. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 91
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    Line 91
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  18. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  20. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  40. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  50. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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Priority 2

WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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  3. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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  4. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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  5. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
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  2. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
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WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  11. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  12. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  13. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  14. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  15. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  16. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
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  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
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  5. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  6. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
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  2. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
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Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
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  2. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
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Found 58 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
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  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  4. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
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  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 32
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 64
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 10
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 12
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 46
  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 48
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 46
  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 48

Priority 2

WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 22
  2. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 24
  3. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 57
WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 16
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 32
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 64
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 16
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 32
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 64
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 21
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 36
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 46
  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 48
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 46
  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 48
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 48
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 48
  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 50
  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 50
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 51
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 24
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 24
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 25
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 26
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 28
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 29
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 69
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 16
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 32
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 51
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 64
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 51

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 46
  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 48

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 36
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 46
  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 48

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 51

Page recordings.htm

Found 1068 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 45
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 55
  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 57
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 25
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 41
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 68
  4. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 2799
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 25
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 41
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 68
  4. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 2799
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 19
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 21
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 45
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 55
  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 57
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 45
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 55
  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 57

Priority 2

WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 25
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 41
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 68
  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 2799
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 25
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 41
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 68
  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 2799
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 30
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 45
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 55
  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 57
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 45
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 55
  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 57
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 57
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 57
  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 59
  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 59
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 60
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 33
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 33
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 34
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 35
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 37
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 38
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 70
  8. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 72
  9. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 74
  10. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 78
  11. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 80
  12. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 82
  13. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 86
  14. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 88
  15. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 90
  16. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 94
  17. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 96
  18. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 98
  19. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 102
  20. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 104
  21. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 106
  22. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 110
  23. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 112
  24. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 114
  25. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 118
  26. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 120
  27. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 122
  28. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 126
  29. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 128
  30. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 130
  31. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 134
  32. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 136
  33. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 138
  34. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 142
  35. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 144
  36. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 146
  37. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 150
  38. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  295. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  298. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  299. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  531. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  541. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  546. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  547. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  548. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  549. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  550. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  551. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  552. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  553. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  554. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  555. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  556. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  557. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  558. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  559. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  560. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  561. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  562. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  563. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  564. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  565. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  566. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  567. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  568. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  569. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  570. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  571. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  572. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  573. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  574. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  575. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  576. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  577. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  578. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  579. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  580. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  581. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  582. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  583. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  584. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  585. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  586. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  587. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  588. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  589. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  590. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  591. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  592. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  594. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  621. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  623. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  629. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  631. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  651. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  655. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  662. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  663. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  664. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  665. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  666. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  667. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  669. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  672. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  684. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  685. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  686. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  687. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  688. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  689. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  690. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  691. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  692. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  699. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  700. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  701. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  710. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  711. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  712. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  714. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  715. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  716. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  717. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  718. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  719. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  720. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  721. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  722. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  723. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  724. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  725. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  726. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  727. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  728. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  729. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  730. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  731. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  732. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  733. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  734. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  735. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  736. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  737. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  738. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  739. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  740. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  741. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  742. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  743. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  744. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  745. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  746. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  747. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  748. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  749. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  750. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  751. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  752. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  753. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  754. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  755. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  756. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  757. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  758. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  759. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  760. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  761. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  762. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  763. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  764. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  765. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  766. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  767. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  768. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  769. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  770. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  771. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  772. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  774. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  776. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  778. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  779. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  780. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  781. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  782. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  783. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  784. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  785. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  786. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  787. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  788. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  789. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  790. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  791. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  792. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  793. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  794. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  795. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  796. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  797. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  799. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  800. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  801. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  802. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  803. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  804. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  805. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  806. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  807. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  808. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  809. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  810. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  811. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  812. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  813. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  814. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  815. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  816. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  817. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  818. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  819. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  820. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  821. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  822. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  823. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  824. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  825. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  826. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  827. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  828. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  829. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  830. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  831. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  832. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  833. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  834. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  835. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  836. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  837. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  838. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  839. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  840. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  841. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  842. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  843. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  844. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  845. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  846. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  847. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  848. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  849. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  850. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  851. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  852. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  853. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  854. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  855. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  856. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  857. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  858. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  859. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  860. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  861. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  862. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  863. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  864. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  865. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  866. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  867. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  868. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  869. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  870. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  871. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  872. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  873. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  874. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  875. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  876. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  877. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  878. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  879. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  880. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  881. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  882. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  883. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  884. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  885. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  886. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  887. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  888. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  889. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  890. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  891. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  892. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  893. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  894. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  895. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  896. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  897. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  898. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  899. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  900. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  901. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  902. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  903. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  904. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  905. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  906. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  907. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  908. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  909. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  910. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  911. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  912. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  913. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  914. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  915. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  916. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  917. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  918. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  919. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  920. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  921. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  922. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  923. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  924. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  925. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  926. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  927. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  928. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  929. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  930. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  931. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  932. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  933. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  934. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  935. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  936. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  937. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  938. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  939. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  940. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  941. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  942. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  943. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  944. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  945. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  946. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  947. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  948. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  949. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  950. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  951. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  952. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  953. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  954. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  955. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  956. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  957. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  958. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  959. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  960. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  961. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  962. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  963. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  964. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  965. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  966. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  967. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  968. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  969. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  970. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  971. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  972. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  973. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  974. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  975. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  976. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  977. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  978. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  979. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  980. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  981. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  982. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  983. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  984. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  985. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  986. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  987. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  988. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  989. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  990. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  991. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  992. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  993. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  994. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  995. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  996. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  997. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  998. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  999. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1000. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1001. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1002. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1003. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1004. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1005. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1006. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1007. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1008. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1009. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1010. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1011. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1012. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1013. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1014. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1015. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  1016. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
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  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  5. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
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Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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508, 1194.22(m)

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  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
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Page about_calloway_brooks.htm

Found 82 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
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  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  4. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  5. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  6. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  7. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 40
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
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  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
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  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 86
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 44
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  4. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 58
  5. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 60
  6. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  4. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  5. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  6. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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Priority 2

WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 40
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 86
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 24
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 40
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 86
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  5. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  6. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  7. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  4. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  5. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  6. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 56
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 56
  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 58
  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 58
  5. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 60
  6. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 60
  7. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 62
  8. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 62
  9. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 64
  10. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 64
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 65
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 32
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 32
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 33
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 34
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 36
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 37
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 91
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 24
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 40
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 65
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 86
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 65

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 44
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 54
  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 56
  4. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 58
  5. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 60
  6. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 62

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 44
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 54
  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 56
  4. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 58
  5. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 60
  6. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 62

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 65

Page audio-visual_clips.htm

Found 48 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 44
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 14
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 30
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 66
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 14
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 30
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 66
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 10
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 44
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 44

Priority 2

WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 20
  2. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 22
  3. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 53
  4. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 56
WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 14
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 30
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 66
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 14
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 30
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 66
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 19
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 34
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 44
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 44
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 46
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 46
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 47
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 22
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 22
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 23
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 24
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 26
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 27
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 71
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 14
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 30
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 47
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 66
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 47

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 44

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 44

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 47

Page recent_reviews.htm

Found 164 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 89
  2. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 92
  3. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 96
  4. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 96
  5. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 105
  6. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 109
  7. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 111
  8. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 114
  9. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 43
  10. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 53
  11. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 55
  12. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 57
  13. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 59
  14. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 61
  15. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 63
  16. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 65
  17. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 67
  18. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 69
  19. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 71
  20. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 73
  21. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 75
  22. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 77
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 23
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 39
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 115
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 23
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 39
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 115
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 16
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 19
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 43
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 53
  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 55
  4. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 57
  5. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 59
  6. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 61
  7. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 63
  8. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 65
  9. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 67
  10. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 69
  11. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 71
  12. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 73
  13. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 75
  14. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 77
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 43
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 53
  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 55
  4. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 57
  5. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 59
  6. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 61
  7. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 63
  8. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 65
  9. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 67
  10. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 69
  11. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 71
  12. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 73
  13. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 75
  14. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 77

Priority 2

WCAG 3.7
  1. Warning: Be sure you are using <q> or <blockquote> to identify a quotation, not for indentation.
    Line 98
  2. Warning: Be sure you are using <q> or <blockquote> to identify a quotation, not for indentation.
    Line 99
  3. Warning: Be sure you are using <q> or <blockquote> to identify a quotation, not for indentation.
    Line 100
WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 23
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 39
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 115
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 23
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 39
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 115
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 28
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 43
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 53
  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 55
  5. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 57
  6. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 59
  7. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 61
  8. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 63
  9. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 65
  10. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 67
  11. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 69
  12. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 71
  13. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 73
  14. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 75
  15. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 77
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 43
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 53
  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 55
  4. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 57
  5. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 59
  6. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  7. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  8. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  9. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  10. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  11. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  12. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  13. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  14. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  5. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  6. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  7. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  8. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  9. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  10. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  11. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  12. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  13. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  14. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  15. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  16. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  17. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  18. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  19. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  20. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  21. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  22. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  23. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  24. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  25. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  26. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
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WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
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  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
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WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
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Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  4. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  5. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  6. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  7. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  8. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  9. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  10. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  11. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  12. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  13. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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  14. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
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508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  4. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  5. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  6. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 61
  7. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  8. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  9. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 67
  10. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  11. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  12. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  13. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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  14. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
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508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
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Page quotes_about_cb.htm

Found 65 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 35
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 139
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
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  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 35
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 139
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  3. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  4. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  5. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 90
  6. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 93
  7. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 97
  8. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  9. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 107
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 39
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 51
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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Priority 2

WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 25
  2. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 27
WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 19
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 35
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 139
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 19
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 35
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 139
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 24
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 39
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 49
  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 39
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 49
  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 51
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 51
  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 53
  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 53
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 54
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 27
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 27
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 28
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 29
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 31
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 32
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 59
  8. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 70
  9. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 144
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 19
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 35
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 54
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 139
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 54

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 39
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 49
  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 51

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 39
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 49
  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 51

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 54

Page pressrelease.htm

Found 76 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Error: Image is missing a text equivalent (either an alt="X" or longdesc="X"). Consider brief alternative text that describes the information that the image conveys. You can use the picture properties dialog to add alternative text.
    Line 140
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 49
  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 59
  4. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 61
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 29
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 45
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 135
  4. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 224
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 29
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 45
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 135
  4. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 224
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 23
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 25
  3. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 72
  4. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 75
  5. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 78
  6. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 80
  7. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 82
  8. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 97
  9. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 110
  10. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 112
  11. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 113
  12. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 116
  13. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 119
  14. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 122
  15. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 140
  16. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 147
  17. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 156
  18. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 163
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 49
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 59
  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 61
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 49
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 59
  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 61

Priority 2

WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 29
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 45
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 135
  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 224
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 29
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 45
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 135
  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 224
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 34
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 49
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 59
  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 61
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 49
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 59
  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 61
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 61
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 61
  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 63
  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 63
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 64
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 37
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 37
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 38
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 39
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 41
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 42
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 229
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 29
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 45
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 64
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 135
  5. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 224
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 64

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 49
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 59
  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 61

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 49
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 59
  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 61

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 64

Page Band Links.htm

Found 56 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 42
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 54
WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 22
  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 38
  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
    Line 74
WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 22
  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 38
  3. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
    Line 74
WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 15
  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
    Line 18
WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 42
  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
    Line 54
WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 42
  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
    Line 54

Priority 2

WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 28
  2. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
    Line 30
WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 22
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 38
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
    Line 74
WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 22
  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 38
  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
    Line 74
WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 27
  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 42
  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 52
  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
    Line 54
WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 42
  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
    Line 54
WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 54
  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 54
  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 56
  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
    Line 56
WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
    Line 57
WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 30
  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 30
  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 31
  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 32
  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 34
  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 35
  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
    Line 79
WCAG 12.3
  1. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 22
  2. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 38
  3. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this form is large consider breaking it up using <legend> and <fieldset>.
    Line 57
  4. Warning: Large blocks of information should be grouped so they are more manageable. If this is a large data table consider describing its content using <caption>.
    Line 74
WCAG 12.4
  1. Warning: Explicitly associate labels with form controls. Consider using <label> with the "for" attribute within your form.
    Line 57

Section 508

508, 1194.22(l)

  1. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 42
  2. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: If you use ;<script>, ;<object>, ;<embed> or ;<applet>, ensure that the important information conveyed by these is readable using assistive devices.
    Line 54

508, 1194.22(m)

  1. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 42
  2. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 52
  3. Warning: If this page requires an applet, plug-in or other application on the client in order to convey important information, be sure you provide a link to a fully accessible plug-in or applet.
    Line 54

508, 1194.22(n)

  1. Warning: If you use electronic forms that are designed to be used online, ensure that they can be completed using assistive devices.
    Line 57

Page players.htm

Found 701 Problems

Priority 1

WCAG 1.1
  1. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 47
  2. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 57
  3. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 59
  4. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 61
  5. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 63
  6. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 65
  7. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 67
  8. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
    Line 69
  9. Warning: Consider using <noscript> to provide an alternative description of <script> content.
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WCAG 5.1
  1. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  2. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  3. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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  4. Warning: If this is a data table, please add header rows and/or columns using <th>.
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WCAG 5.2
  1. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
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  2. Warning: If this is a complex data table containing two or more levels of header rows or columns, identify structural rows. Consider using <thead>, <tfoot> for repetitive headers and footers; <tbody> for grouping rows; <col> and <colgroup> for grouping columns; and label the TABLE elements with "scope", "axis", and "headers".
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WCAG 6.1
  1. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  2. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  3. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  4. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  5. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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  6. Warning: If you are using style sheets, verify that this document can be read with style sheets turned off.
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WCAG 6.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  2. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  4. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  5. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  6. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  7. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  8. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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  9. Warning: Be sure this page is usable when programmatic objects are turned off or not supported. If not, provide alternative text that describes the information that the element conveys.
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WCAG 8.1
  1. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  2. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  3. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  4. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  5. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  6. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  7. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  8. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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  9. Warning: Verify that programmatic elements are accessible using assistive technology.
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WCAG 3.5
  1. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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  2. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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  3. Warning: Use header elements to convey document structure, for example <h2> is a subsection of <h1>. Do not use header elements for font effects.
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WCAG 5.3
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, make sure it makes sense when linearized. Otherwise, provide a linearized version or use cascading style sheets for structure and positioning.
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WCAG 5.4
  1. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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  2. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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  3. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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  4. Warning: If this table is used for layout, do not use a structural format for visual formatting. For example, do not use <th> to display cell contents as centered and bold.
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WCAG 7.3
  1. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  2. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  3. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  4. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  5. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  6. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  7. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  8. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  9. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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  10. Warning: Avoid moving content or allow users to control the movement.
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WCAG 9.2
  1. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  2. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  3. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  4. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  5. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  6. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  7. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  8. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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  9. Warning: Verify that any element with its own user interface is device-independent.
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WCAG 9.3
  1. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  2. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  3. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  4. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  5. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  6. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  7. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  8. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  9. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  10. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  11. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  12. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  13. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  14. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  15. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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  16. Warning: Be sure this event handler is device-independent. If use of this event handler is required for the essential information or use of this page: consider limiting event handlers to device indpendent handlers such as: "onfocus", "onblur" and "onselect". If you must use device-dependent attributes provide a keyboard alternate, for example for "onmousedown" also specify "onkeydown". Event handlers that rely on mouse coordinates prevent device indepedence and should not be used.
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WCAG 10.2
  1. Warning: Ensure that implicitly associated labels for form controls are properly positioned. The LABEL element must precede its control on the same line. If using one line for the control and one for the LABEL element, <label> must be in the line preceding its control.
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WCAG 11.2
  1. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  2. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  3. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  4. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  5. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  6. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  7. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  8. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  9. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  10. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  11. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  12. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  13. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  14. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  15. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  16. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  17. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  18. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  19. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  20. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  21. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  22. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  23. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  24. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  25. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  26. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  27. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  28. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  29. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  30. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  31. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  32. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  33. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  34. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  35. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  36. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  37. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  38. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  39. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  40. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  41. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  42. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  43. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  44. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  365. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  404. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  405. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  416. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  418. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  419. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  420. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  421. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  425. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  426. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  427. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  429. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  431. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  433. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  434. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  435. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  436. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  437. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  438. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  439. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  440. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  441. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  442. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  443. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  444. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  445. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  446. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  447. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  448. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  449. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  450. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  451. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  452. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  453. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  456. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  457. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  458. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  459. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  460. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  461. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  464. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  465. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  466. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  467. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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  468. Warning: This line contains an element that is deprecated, which means that it might eventually be removed from official HTML specifications. It is recommended to avoid deprecated elements. Some examples of good substitutions are: Use <object> instead of <applet>; use <div> with the "align" attribute instead of <center>; use <ul> instead of <dir> or <menu>.
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