Below are four brief notices concerning this website and our process. The website Maze Solutions in Toronto, Ontario, Canada is a platform for clients and digital marketing professionals to interact with and access information by owner Matthew Burpee.
Accessibility & Usability Practises
In line with Ontario’s Integrated Accessibility Standards Regulation and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), these pages have been constructed to “transform gracefully”, in other words, they: 1) separate structure from presentation. They use Cascading Style Sheets to control much of the presentation. 2) all content is provided as text; when images, audio or video files are used, they are given equivalent alternatives. 3) documents do not rely on one type of hardware. Users can access the site with a variety of browser technologies, mobile devices, screen resolutions and settings, with or without mice, etc. 4) all attempts have been made to ensure that the content is understandable and navigable. There is a standardized site menu that indicates where you are within the site structure.
When posting on this site and related social networks let’s engage, help others, and give constructive criticism. Let’s commit to building and strengthening relationships based on ongoing dialogue and mutual respect. Please be legal, respectful, relevant, and aware. 1) Be legal. Do not post comments that are libelous, defamatory, obscene, abusive or contain otherwise illegal content. 2) Be respectful. You should not make others feel unsafe or unwelcome. You should not threaten, written or otherwise, others. 3) Be relevant. Your comments should be on-topic and not self-promoting (unless that’s the topic). 4) Be aware. This site and related social media accounts are not monitored 24/7. Posts may be moderated and decisions should be considered final. Postings are subject to all applicable Federal and Provincial legislation. This includes, but is not limited, to the Criminal Code of Canada and the Ontario Human Rights Code. See more about how the Canadian Criminal Code and other jurisdictions interpret interpersonal communications online.
All content in this website falls under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Canada License. You are free to: 1) Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format for any purpose. 2) Adapt — remix, transform, and build upon the material. You must give appropriate credit and link to the original content and to the license.