Accessibility Statement


This website and its related downloadable applications and services
(collectively, our “Website”) is operated, hosted, and
maintained by 365 Connect, LLC (“365 Connect,”
“we,” “our,” or “us”) and is licensed
for use by us to the legal entity (“Subscriber”) that owns or
manages the property featured on this Website (collectively the
“Property Management Company”). This Accessibility Statement
applies solely to this Website, and not any third-party links, websites or
services that may be provided within or from this Website. The terms “you,”
“your,” and “user” (collectively the “Users”) refer separately
to each person (each individual and each entity for whom the individual
acts) that accesses or uses this Website.


We are committed to making digital resources accessible to everyone,
including individuals with disabilities. In our effort to provide a fully
accessible and optimized user experience for all Website visitors, we have
taken careful measure to offer a quality online experience, regardless of
the assistive technology being used or the specific abilities of those
individuals seeking access to this Website.


This Website endeavors to conform to level AA of the World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 to ensure
that the content made available from this Website is accessible for
individuals with disabilities and user-friendly for everyone. The Web
Content Accessibility Guidelines are the most current and comprehensive in
a series of Web accessibility guidelines published by the World Wide Web
Consortium, the primary international standards organization for the World
Wide Web. These guidelines assist developers in making content accessible,
not only for individuals with disabilities, but for all users.

This Website has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for
both HTML and CSS. This Website displays correctly in current browsers, and
in uniting standards compliant HTML/CSS code, any future browsers should
also display it correctly. We will continue to develop under the W3C
Guidelines, monitor updates, and work toward successfully maintaining these
standards on an ongoing basis to assure optimal accessibility for all


We have engaged an experienced accessibility consultant to conduct an audit
of this Website and provide specific recommendations to facilitate our
Website accessibility and conformance with Web Content Accessibility
Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. We plan to have periodic Website accessibility
audits performed to provide prioritized feedback, maintain conformance
regarding WCAG 2.1, and implement functional testing, using various
assistive technologies to ensure that they are supported. We are
implementing numerous web accessibility checks built into our standard
development processes to ensure that going forward, all code changes for
existing and new features are reviewed for their compliance to the WCAG 2.1


We are committed to providing a Website that is accessible to the widest
possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. We are actively
working to increase the accessibility and usability of this Website and are
actively taking a wide range of actions and devoting resources to enhance
the user experience. Here are some of the many best practices that are
being adopted:

  • Using semantically structured markup to include appropriate
    headings, paragraphs, and lists for keyboard or screen reader navigation to
    aid in page comprehension.
  • Verifying alternative formats for multimedia, such as videos, that
    contain captions when audio is available.
  • Requiring links to include unique and descriptive text that help
    describe the link destination.
  • Unless purely for design purposes, alternative attributes are
    included for all images.
  • Skip navigation links within the page header to provide quick access
    to page content.
  • Association of form fields with labels and form error messages with
    attributes to the form field.
  • All pages have page titles and title tags written for easy
    comprehension of the page content.
  • Validate that all links and buttons can be accessed with a keyboard
    in a logical tab order and all content is readable to assistive
    technologies in the correct order.
  • Solicit feedback and suggestions from users for improvement
    regarding accessibility.
  • Provide materials and research to relevant employees regarding
    accessibility issues.
  • Work with third party technology providers to promote online


While we strive to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for
accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all
areas of this Website, such as third-party links, inline frames, feeds,
embedded content (collectively, “Links”) that may be provided within or
from this Website to other websites or services (Example: maps, feeds,
videos, widgets, applications, etc.). We provide these outbound Links to
third party websites only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any Link
does not imply endorsement by us of the website or any association with its
operators. We do not warrant the function, accuracy, or accessibility of
any linked websites. Certain services and products throughout this Website
are provided by third parties, and we do not warrant the sale, use, or
function of any products or services of any third party. In addition, we do
not warrant the function, accuracy, or accessibility of any information
that has been added or linked to this Website by the Property Management
Company or Users of our site.


There are several tools that provide guidance to make your computer more
accessible and offer help with seeing the screen, using your keyboard,
mouse, hearing sounds, and reading and spelling. In addition to popular
screen readers such as NVDA and JAWS
, most modern web browsers contain disability options, such as VoiceOver
for Apple products, including Mac, iPhone, iPad, and iPods, as well as
TalkBack for Android devices.

The majority of pages in our site are available in HTML format that can be
deciphered by screen readers. Some documents may be formatted in Adobe PDF
format. To convert these documents to a more accessible format, please

visit Adobe’s online PDF conversion web page



We are continually seeking out solutions that will bring all areas of this
Website up to the same level of overall accessibility. In the meantime
should you experience any difficulty in accessing this Website or have any
recommendations to further improve the user experience, please
contact us.
Be sure to include your name, email address, and phone number, so we may
follow-up with you to provide additional assistance.