Throughout the EKF web site we have endeavoured to meet a range of Accessibility Standards.
Accessibility standards for web design facilitate users with a wide range visual or motor abilities to access the information on a web site. The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) set the standards to which web sites should be designed to satisfy the requirements of most international legislation.
We have done our best to meet the standards that govern web site design. Whilst we accept there is always the opportunity for improvement, we are confident that we have avoided many of the design faults that make 80%* of web sites inaccessible.
- Text colour contrast is maintained for users with visual colour impairments.
- The structure of the HTML is coded to help screen readers. For example, at the start of each page there is a hidden option to skip menus and start reading from the content of the page.
- All images carry 'Alt' Tags to identify their content.
The structure of this web site is built to the W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional Standards. Click here to read more.
The Cascading Style Sheet used in this web site meets the W3C CSS 2.1 standards. Click here to read more.
The structure and content of this website meets the Accessibility standards set for Priority 1 of the WAI and Section 508 Accessibility guidelines. Throughout much of the site Priority 2 is met and in many places, through good design practice, we have met some requirements of Priority 3** It is therefore classified as a 'Double-A' site. Click here to read more.
* Estimated by the Disability Rights Commission in 2005.
If any aspects of this web site impair your ability to access information please let us know and we will examine how we can address the issue. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org