Web Services → Standards, Regulations, and Best Practices → Web Regulation
On September 11, 2006, the superintendent approved new Regulation KBA-RB, Educational Purposes and Administration of the MCPS Web, providing a framework for the structure and content of the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS) Web.
Regulation KBA-RB, Educational Purposes and Administration of the MCPS Web (PDF)
This FAQ provides a basic background to the new web regulation. If your question is not addressed here, please contact Web Services at email@example.com.
No. Frames are outdated and create obstacles to accessibility for sight impaired and other users.
Sure. But sparingly. Don’t build your entire site in Flash because it will create accessibility problems. Don’t put critical content such as your contact information in Flash. But certainly go ahead and create Flash movies of non-critical content, such as photo slideshows.
Depends. You should not add any new technology to your site without first contacting Web Services. We want to check to ensure that the script or code doesn’t create issues for users of different browsers, delay the download time of your pages, or create other problems that hamper performance or accessibility.