- Changing the way this website is displayed
- Accessibility statement
- Accessibility software
- More information
Changing the way this website is displayed:
There are several ways to change the way this website is displayed to suit your needs.
The size of text displayed on this website can be changed from any page by clicking on the text size links in the page header. There are three preset text sizes to choose from, the largest of which is 200% larger than the default text size.
Some browsers may also allow you to adjust the text size on this website using the font size setting. This setting is usually found in the 'View' menu.
Magnifying an entire page:
Many current browsers also will allow you to magnify the entire screen with a Zoom function. To zoom in or out of the page you are viewing, hold down the Control (Ctrl) key and press the plus (+) or minus (-) keys, or use your mouse wheel.
Plain layout and customising styles:
This website has been built with W3C standards compliant XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2.1 which means it is still easily usable and fully functional if your browser does not support CSS, or you wish to turn it off.
You can further customize style and display settings in most current browsers. Settings vary between browsers so please refer to your browser’s help section for further details.
Waterside Sports and Social Club is committed to ensuring its website is accessible and easy to use for all its users, regardless of their ability or disability.
The Waterside Sports and Social Club website uses XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2.1 that meets the standards set by the W3C and displays correctly in current browsers using standards-compliant XHTML/CSS.
When building this website, we have endeavoured to comply with the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and Part 3 of The Disability Discrimination Act. The Waterside Sports and Social Club website exceeds WCAG 'AA' standards for website accessibility and is very close to meeting WCAG 'AAA' standards. We are continually striving to achieve the 'AAA' WCAG compliance for accessibility and to make the web site clear and simple for everybody to use.
- Lynx browser, a free text-only web browser for visually impaired users with refreshable Braille displays.
- Links browser, a free text-only web browser for visual users with low bandwidth.
- Opera browser, a visual browser rich in accessibility-related features, including text zooming, user stylesheets, and image disabling. A free downloadable version is available for most operating systems.
- The WC3 Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) – www.w3.org/WAI/
- The BBC Web My Way Accessibility website