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Accessibility Statement

USING THE WEBSITE

We aim to provide an accessible experience for our visitors and have implemented the following accessibility features:

KEYBOARD NAVIGATION


  • Logical and consistent navigation are provided for keyboard users
  • Links can be understood out of context for screen reader users
  • Our logo (THE SPIRIT OF '45) links to the home page
  • Page titles are descriptive and reflect page content



CHANGING THE COLOUR AND FONT OF THE DISPLAY


The Spirit of '45 does not currently offer alternate colour schemes, however, you can use the controls in your browser to change the size of the text or the colour of the display.

For example, to override website font and colour settings in Internet Explorer:
  • Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button, and then clicking Internet Explorer.
  • Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options
  • Click the General tab, and then click Accessibility
  • Select the Ignore colors specified on web pages, Ignore font styles specified on web pages, and Ignore font sizes specified on web pages check boxes, and then click OK twice


FORMS


  • Form fields contain the appropriate text labels, fieldsets, legends and captions
  • Forms have accessible error handling which are marked with an alert message for unfilled fields


IMAGES


  • Images have descriptive alternative text to aid screen reader users
  • Decorative and spacer images have null alternative text


MULTIMEDIA


  • Audio and video has been set not to play automatically


MEDIA PLAYER


  • Brightcove Accessible player is used throughout the site to play all videos


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