We are committed to providing access to our Web pages for all individuals, including those with disabilities.
In all our online offerings at the National Museum of American History, we strive to make appropriate use of technology while keeping the information accessible to a wide number of visitors. However, many factors can influence the quality of the experience, including equipment limitations, browser behavior, and user default settings. While we make every effort to anticipate these problems, users may find it necessary to make adjustments to settings or software in order to see the intended result.
The Whatever Happened to Polio? Web site has been designed to be compatible with a variety of Web browsers and operating systems. The site works best with industry-standard screen readers IBM Home Page Reader and JAWS. Multimedia features on the site require Macromedia Flash Player 6 or higher.
Technical questions relating to this Web site may be directed to our contact form.
Use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
Navigation and Access Keys
Access key 2 has been defined to allow users to skip directly to the main content.