Accessibility

Terms and Conditions This website has been designed to be as accessible as possible and to be compatible with the different types of adaptive technology used by people with disabilities, including screen readers. Visitors can control the size of the text and use "access keys" on the keyboard rather than the mouse in order to navigate through the pages. concerning the accessibility of this site

Font size

The font size of the document can be changed through your browser in the following ways. (Brackets show keyboard shortcuts)

Internet Explorer - select View, then Text Size and your preferred size. (ALT + or ALT -) (A full list of keyboard shortcuts for Internet Explorer 6 may be found here)

Netscape - Select View, then Text Zoom and then your preferred percentage size. (A full list of keyboard shortcuts for Netscape may be found here)

Mozilla Firefox - Select View, then Zoom In (Control ++) or Zoom Out (Control + -). (A full list of keyboard shortcuts for Mozilla Firefox users may be found here).

Alternatively, if you are using a mouse with a scroll wheel you can adjust the size of the font by holding the control button on your keypad and moving the wheel.

Links

Title attributes with an explanation of a link destination have been added to those links which do not have text fully describing their destination.

Where possible links are written so that they make sense out of context. Some web browsers such as JAWS, Home Page Reader, Lynx, and Opera) can extract the list of links from the current page and let users navigate the site using the list. This website does not contain JavaScript pseudo-links.

All of the links can be followed even if JavaScript is disabled. Internal links do not open in a new window. External links do open in a new window.

The website design has been created using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) making the site content fully legible even for web browsers or browsing devices that do not support style sheets. Where possible, pages comply with the Accessibility Guidelines or General Principles of Accessible Design laid down by the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) Working Group of the W3C and aims to conform to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, Level Double-A.

The presentation layer has been created in accordance with the W3C Recommendation on Cascade Style Sheets, Level 2 (CSS2).

We are always keen to receive feedback. Please email: info@barbaramatheson.co.uk.