Our Disabled Access Network is an online list or catalog of websites. That is, it is a directory on the World Wide Web. Historically, directories list entries on people or businesses and their contact information; such directories are still in use today.
A web directory or what we like to call an Access Network includes entries about websites, including links to those websites, organized into categories and subcategories. Besides a link, each entry may include the title of the website and a description of its contents. In most web directories, the entries are about whole websites, rather than individual pages within them (called “deep links”). Websites are often limited to inclusion in only a few categories.
There are two ways to find information on this Site: by searching or browsing. Web directories provide links in a structured list to make browsing easier. Many web directories combine searching and browsing by providing a search engine to search the directory. Unlike search engines, which base results on a database of entries gathered automatically by a web crawler, our directories are built manually by human editors. Many web directories allow site owners to submit their site for inclusion and have editors review submissions for fitness.
Web directories may be general in scope or limited to particular criteria. Entries on ViewBiz Disabled Access Network are encouraged to be ADA Compliant after receiving a FREE listing. Only ADA-compliant websites can receive a Premium/Featured Listing (meaning the site owner doesn’t need to pay for a featured listing when their website is ADA-Compliant).
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