Our commitment and approach to maintaining an accessible website.
We are committed to making our website accessible and useable by the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. Maintaining an accessible website is an ongoing process and we are continually working to offer a user-friendly experience. If you have any problems using our website, please contact us: email@example.com or on 01352 770446.
This website endeavours to conform to level Double-A of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0. These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities. Conformance with these guidelines helps make our web site more user friendly for everyone. During the building of this website we have utilised the WAVE web accessibility evaluation tool to ensure we have created the most accessible website for you.
Additionally, we have used the Pagespeeds Insights tool to ensure that the website loads as fast as possible and as such have used next generation image formats to ensure that images load as fast as possible.
Our website includes a number of features to assist use, including:
The site will detect and respond to mobile devices and tablets and resize images and layout to fit correctly.
Headings facilitate page navigation for users of assistive technologies. They also provide semantic and visual meaning and structure to the document. First level headings should contain the most important heading(s) on the page (generally the document title).
Headers identify page introduction or navigation. They typically surrounds the site or page name, logo, top navigation, or other header content. Headers facilitate page semantics and navigation.
The navigation identifies a section of navigation links and can facilitate page semantics and navigation.
The <main> element or role="main" attribute identifies the main content for the page. This facilitate page semantics and navigation.
Footers identify a footer for the page or a page section. It typically identifies authorship, related links, copyright date, or other footer content. Footers facilitate page semantics and navigation.
ARIA provides enhanced semantics and accessibility for web content.
Links have been written to make sense when read out in isolation. This helps visitors who use a list of links to move around the site.
Image Descriptions/Alternative Text
Alternative text presents the content or function of an image to screen reader users or in other situations where images cannot be seen or are unavailable.
Help with downloading documents
We use pdf documents on our website. To read a pdf file you will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download a free acrobat reader package from the Adobe website. We welcome feedback on the accessibility of this website.
Email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Phone us on: 01352 770446.
Write to us at: Clwyd Special Riding Centre, Llanfynydd, Flintshire, LL11 5HN.