We are currently in the process of redesigning and migrating our website to a new platform, and we are committed to ensuring that this content is accessible to all users, enabling them to have full access to our website. We are always working to improve web accessibility and usability.
We aim to confirm to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) AA standards on our new web content at www.staffs.ac.uk, but we acknowledge this is a work in progress and there are improvements that can be made.
The website content is displayed using cascading style sheets (CSS) which means that you can resize the text within the web browser you are using and make it a size that you find easier to read.
The website uses a layout that re-arranges content according to the width of the screen you are using. This makes the content easier to read whether you are using a desktop PC, a tablet or a phone.
Transcripts are available for most centrally produced videos which are hosted on YouTube. If you need a transcript that is not currently available on the website please send a request to email@example.com.
We have chosen an accessible font for our website which has been specifically developed to improve legibility for people with disabilities and is inclusive for all readers. If you find the default text colour on the white background unsuitable, then you can change this within your browser or within your operating system.
Some of our pages use tabs or collapsable sections that hide content until clicked or selected. When using these pages with a screen reader, any tabs or collapsable sections are announced. Keyboard users are able to scroll through tabs or collapsable sections using the arrow keys.
All pages contain a link to the home page by clicking on the Staffordshire University logo and all pages include a search box: both are found at the top of the page. Screen-reader users have the option to skip to the search or the main content without having to listen to all of the main navigation links.
When using the mobile version of our pages, the abbreviated icons for the menu (the 'hamburger' icon) and search (the 'magnifying glass' icon) are described by screen-readers to help users know what they do.
We continue to make accessibility improvements to our website in response to user feedback. If you experience an accessibility problem with this website please email your comments/questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
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