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Accessibility options provided by this site


We have tried to make this site accessible to all. It has been tested by disabled people with various technological needs. If you have any comments on accessibility, please use our feedback page to tell us.

You control page appearance

You can change the default settings (colours, font, text size, etc) for the duration of your visit using the page controls page.

If you register for WebEQuality online training, your personal settings will be saved and re-applied on subsequent log-in.

Text-only version of the site

We have provided a full text-only version of every page on this site, including the online training pages.

Access keys

Most pages of this site can be opened with the access keys provided. Some older versions of common browsers may not support the use of access keys.

The key sequence differs for a Windows PC or a Mac machine. Generally, it works as follows:

Windows with Internet Explorer: press ALT plus the access key together, then press ENTER.

Windows with Netscape: press ALT plus the access key together. You do not need to press ENTER.

Mac: press CONTROL plus the access key together. You do not need to press ENTER.

For the public part of the site, we have allocated access keys as follows:

In-page navigation keys:

Additionally, on the Free quiz and Training pages, as well as other pages using forms, the "Q" access key takes you to the first question or input field. Try it on this page.

Other keyboard navigation and selection methods

These depend on your browser and hardware. The Windows/Internet Explorer methods are as follows:

Field labels

Form fields throughout the site have explicitly-linked HTML labels. This means the text next to an input field (such as a radio button) can be used to select the input field. You can try this on the sample input fields higher up this page. You may see your cursor change appearance while it is over an active text label.

Alt text

All images on this site, including logos, are accompanied by a brief alt text description.

Design values

Use of scripting languages

This site utilises scripting languages, including JavaScript. We have used device-independent event handlers so that use of the mouse is not essential. We have also ensured that all content and functionality are available, even if scripting has been disabled in the browser.

Common HTML features

We do not use frames anywhere on this site, and tables are used only for the presentation of data. Where tables are used, the content still makes sense when the page is linearised. Table column headers help navigation with screen readers.

Development to W3C Recommendations

We have followed the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 to ensure that this site has maximum accessibility and Bobby approval. The site uses valid HTML 4.0 Strict and CSS 2.0.

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