The Camphill Wakefield Community website has been built with several features to make it user friendly and accessible. The site can be used with a screen reader and navigation appears after the content to make it easier for screen reader users to get to the actual content.
Visitors can control text size and change from normal to high contrast by clicking on the tool that shows on the right hand side of all the pages.
All of the pages on this website are coded with XHTML which can be validated against the W3C specification. The pages also use valid CSS. This website meets or exceeds the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act.
The Camphill Wakefield website has been built with several features to make it user friendly and accessible. The site can be used with a screen reader.
High Contrast Layout
The website has a default style controlling the layout and colour scheme of each page. On the side of each page there is a toggle tool bar that allows you to change both font size and high contrast to enable an alternative layout for lower vision users. The website will remember your choice so that when you navigate around the Camphill Wakefield website your style choice will be remembered. Simply click on the toggle again to return back to the default layout.
If the text size is not large enough after clicking on the toggle you can change the text size you can change by using your browser controls (both in default and high contrast styles) by using the text size option in your browser. To change the text size look for the View Menu and select Text Size or Text Zoom and choose an alternative size for the text on screen.