Accessibility

Writing in plain English

We try to use plain English on our website. We use straightforward, short sentences and easy to understand words - we hope that this makes the information accessible to everyone.

Headings

HTML heading tags are used to convey a structure. H1 tags are used for the main page title, H2 and H3 tags for page headings and sub headings.

Images

We use alt tags to provide descriptive text descriptions of images on the website.

Text size

You can change the text size of our website on your browser and some browsers will also allow you to magnify the entire page. Here's how:


Internet Explorer

Click 'View' to open the View menu

Select the 'Text Size' option

Choose your preferred text size

You can also hold 'Ctrl and the + or - keys to make the content bigger or smaller.


Firefox

Click 'View' to open the View menu

Select the 'Text Size' option

Select 'Increase' or 'Decrease'

The text on our site should change to reflect your choice

You can also hold 'Ctrl and the + or - keys to make the content bigger or smaller.


Safari

Click 'View' to open the View menu

Click on 'Make Text Bigger' or 'Make Text Smaller'

Or hold down the 'Apple' and + or - key

Forms

Form fields also have 'label' and 'id' attributes to explicitly associate the form field with its label to allow for easy entry of data.

Links

Links are written to be descriptive and, where possible, to make sense without having to read the entire context of the webpage.

Navigation

A sitemap is available to all users, which provides easy access to all of our web pages.

Tell us what you think

We've worked hard to make our website easy to use but we know that it's an ongoing job and we welcome comments or suggestions on how we can improve the website.

If you have difficulty accessing the content, contact us and we will try to provide information in another format.

Email: swiftsupport@centro.org.uk