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We're committed to making CapeMay.com a website that is accessible to anyone. We are constantly improving the site to make it easy to navigate, read, and understand. Right now, CapeMay.com is semi-compliant with WCAG 2.1 (link opens in a new window).
While we are in the process of migrating our old online magazine This is Cape May, it's possible to access articles in their original form through links on this website or through a search engine. The old online magazine used tabular layouts, was not responsive, and images may not include alternate tags. If there is a specific article you're interested in that you cannot properly access, let us know so we can escalate migrating that piece.
If you experience any issues while using the site, please don't hesitate to get in touch. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.