We believe our website should be accessible by all visitors, so we have followed the recommended guidelines from the Web Accessibility Initiative to level AAA.
To ensure our site is usable for as many people as possible, we have taken the following steps:
- Provided alternative text for all images, to provide a description for all non-decorative images.
- Used labels to associate a text label with each form element.
- Provided navigational shortcuts for users without a mouse, or with disabilities.
- Ensured link text describes its destination.
- Made all text resizable, and used a clear font type.
- All pages on the site comply to the W3C standards.
Disability GuidesThe BBC maintains some excellent guides for people with various disabilities including how to change browser and operating system setings to make things easier. Follow this link:- http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/guides/
To make sure all content on the site can be reached quick and easily by all, we have added some navigation aids, such as a "skip to content" link, which can be found right at the top of the page.
We have also assigned each main page an access key, for those users who don't use a pointing device like a mouse.
If you have any comments or suggestions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org