Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts (MCCLA) recognizes its obligation under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other disability civil rights laws to provide equal access to all MCCLA programs and activities.
Report An Issue
To report an accessibility issue or bug, please email email@example.com.
Change Text Size
You may increase the text size by zooming in or out, using the following shortcuts:
Windows & Linux
- Hold “CTRL” down while pressing the plus key (+) to zoom in.
- Hold “CTRL” down while pressing the minus key (–) to zoom out.
- Hold “CTRL” down while pressing the 0 key (–) to reset the webpage to its original size.
- Hold “CMD” down while pressing the plus key (+) to zoom in.
- Hold “CMD” down while pressing the minus key (–) to zoom out.
- Hold “CMD” down while pressing the 0 key (–) to reset the webpage to its original size.
Adherence to Web Standards
To the extent possible, this site is developed with Web standards in mind. We use proper Hyper-Text Markup Language (HTML) to present information, which makes it possible for assistive technologies such as screen readers to read our content. We use proper headings to separate sections and sub-sections of our site for readability and proper structure.
More About Accessibility
For further information and to learn more about the regulations governing the MCCLA website, visit the SFGov Web Accessibility Website.
Cascading Style Sheets
This site implements cascading style sheets. Certain early versions of Netscape (4.x and earlier) and Internet Explorer (3.x and earlier) do not fully support this feature, so elements such as links may display differently. If you are experiencing this, you may wish to disable style sheets. You can do this through your browser. In Explorer (5.50), choose Tools, Internet Options, General Tab, Accessibility, and check the “Format documents using my style sheet” feature. In Netscape (4.75), choose Edit, Preferences, Advanced, and turn off the Enable Style Sheets feature.