johnharleyweston.com takes pride in the accessibility of its website. This site has been designed with a number of accessibility features which are listed below.
Images on our website have alternative text attributes, often known as alt text. This means that when an image is used on a web page to convey information its content is also described in the alt text. This means that the image can be understood by text browsers and assistive technologies such as screen readers. If an image is used for simply decorative purposes, the text attribute for the image is left empty in line with accepted best practice.
We have tried to use combinations of colours that provide sufficient contrast between foreground and background across the sites.
If you spot anything that gives you problems on this site please let us know.
The following instructions will set the minimum font size on your computer’s system, so the size will apply to every site you visit.
For more information on help with seeing websites including using screen magnifying software, making your mouse pointer easier to see and using your own style sheets amongst other useful tips, go to the BBC My Web My Way website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/win/seeing/sub_1.shtml.
If you have any feedback you would like to share with us about seeing the content of our websites send us an email, we would like to hear from you.
Our sites are Browsealoud enabled. Browsealoud is a software program that reads aloud web page and PDF document content. Once you have downloaded the Browsealoud software onto your computer, all you need to do is place your mouse pointer over the text you wish to have read aloud and Browsealoud will do so, you can also opt to have the text being read aloud highlighted on the screen. Browsealoud is available for both PC and Mac just follow the link below.
If you are using a screen reader, we hope you will benefit from our use of meaningful headings, link text and alternative text to navigate our websites. We have also tried to make tables and PDF documents as accessible as possible. If you do come across a PDF document you cannot access, we provide links on every document cover to the Adobe online PDF to text conversion tool as well as a link to download Adobe PDF Reader, which is free and can be used to access PDF files. A link to each is also provided below:
For more information on help with hearing websites including using screen reading software amongst other assistive technologies, go to the BBC My Web My Way website at http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/win/hearing/sub_1.shtml (new window).
If you have any feedback you would like to share with us about hearing the content of our websites send us an email, we would like to hear from you.
For more information on help with navigating websites using your keyboard, go to the BBC My Web My Way website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/win/keyboard/sub_1.shtml (new window).
For more information on using your mouse to navigate websites such as adjusting the speed of your mouse, making it left-handed and making your mouse pointer larger, go to the BBC My Web My Way website at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/win/keyboard/mouse_easy/sub_2.shtml (new window). The BBC site also covers alternatives to the mouse and keyboard.
If you have any feedback you would like to share with us about navigating our websites send us an email, we would like to hear from you:
This website uses a print stylesheet. The size of the print text will reflect the text option you have selected within the website. For example, if you have large print selected on the website, the page will print in large print.