Our website is working towards conforming to the Web content accessibility guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and meeting Level AA standards.
Each page has a hidden skip to content link that enables screen readers to move to the content area, bypassing navigation.
Main navigation will still function if browser scripting is disabled. Scripting only enhances user experience by exposing sub-level links.
The sitemap in the homepage footer allows users to quickly navigate to specific pages in the policy and services area.
Fonts on our website can be increased or decreased using the text size icon. This icon is located at the top right hand side of every page under the search box.
You can also change the font size through the 'View' menu on your internet browser's toolbar.
The majority of our documents have been supplied in accessible formats such as Word and HTML.
Some PDF documents currently do not have a more accessible alternative, but we can supply one upon request by emailing email@example.com.
We sometimes publish documents from other agencies or other content we have no control over. In these instances, we invite you to contact the third party agency directly to request an accessible version.
Our most recently uploaded videos are complemented with captions and transcripts. Some older videos which continue to experience high playback statistics have also been captioned and feature alternative transcripts.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like an accessible version of any other multimedia content on the website on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most pages on our website are optimised for printing offline and are designed for hardcopy and legibility. Using the Print this page function will remove navigation menus and other design elements, wrap the text and make the font face print-ready.
We regularly communicate to councils using social media channels. All content generated – except those we share or re-tweet from other agencies – are available in an accessible form on this website.
Due to resourcing and technical constraints, we are still in the process of performing further accessibility optimisations including:
We appreciate your patience as we continue our work making our online presence as accessible as possible.
If you find any accessibility issues, email email@example.com.