The Arizona State Parks Gift Catalog web site meets or exceeds the guidelines dictated in Arizona's Government Information Technology Agency's (GITA) Statewide Policy called Web Site Accessibility, the purpose of which is to establish a statewide policy that provides an
accessibility model for the development and implementation of
Arizona State government web sites that minimizes technical
barriers to accessibility for individuals with disabilities.
A few examples are noted below:
This site can be navigated entirely using only a keyboard.
Both of the Navigational Menus can be skipped using the Skip link.
Access Keys, which allow a computer user to immediately jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyboard, have been assigned for the main Navigational Menu. Typically, you need to press a keyboard key + the Access Key to make the Access Key function. The key you need to press will change depending upon your computer, your internet browser, and other factors. Typically, to utilize the access key press the ALT key on a PC, and the CONTROL key on a Macintosh computer.
Accesskey "1" = 50th Anniversary Products
Accesskey "2" = Books
Accesskey "3" = Ornaments
Accesskey "4" = Clothing
Accesskey "5" = Rocky Ringtail
Accesskey "6" = Hats
Accesskey "7" = Souvenirs
Accesskey "8" = Drinkware
Accesskey "9" = Historic Maps
Accesskey "0" = Videos
Accesskey "t" = Trail Guide
Accesskey "a" = Annual Pass
Accesskey "q" = Frequently Asked Questions
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control the look and layout of the fonts. However, the user is free to substitute their own CSS. Additionally, the web site still functions without the use of the CSS file.
Arizona State Parks is committed to providing access to our information to a wide range or users. Please contact us if you experience any problems while exploring our site. Thank you.