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The following sections describe some of the features that have been incorporated into this website to aid accessibility.
Medway council is committed to ensuring accessibility of its Web site for people with disabilities. The CityArk website has been designed to conform to W3C/WAI's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, Conformance Level A.
Most browsers support jumping to specific links by typing certain keys defined on the web site. In Windows, you can press ALT plus the listed access key; on Macintosh, you can press Control plus the listed access key. Pressing ENTER will then take you to that page.
All pages on the CityArk site define the following access keys:
Using assistive technology
Assistive technologies are products used by people with disabilities to help accomplish tasks that they cannot accomplish otherwise or could not do easily otherwise. When used with computers, assistive technologies are also referred to as adaptive software.
Some assistive technologies rely on output of other user agents, such as graphical desktop browsers, text browsers, voice browsers, multimedia players and plug-ins. Assistive technology comes in many different forms, some of these include;
As part of our accessibility statement we will test our pages against as many types of assistive technologies as we can to make the pages more accessible to you. If you do find that you are unable to access any information using any assistive technology then please contact us. If we cannot make the information accessible to you using your assistive technology, then we will try to find an alternative way for you to access or be provided with the information.
The site is designed to make tabbing through a page easy. The order for tab indexing in a page is as follows:
The following are conformance badges relating to the accessibility and technical standards of this website.
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