The Templemore Council website follows guidelines on accessibility set out by the W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium). The W3C WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) produces accessibility guidelines that are an internationally recognised benchmark of accessibility.
In designing this site, we have applied all appropriate WAI Priority 1 and Priority 2 criteria of the WAI's web content accessibility guidelines. All HTML documents on the site validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, ensuring that they work with a wide variety of browsers. In addition to this, we have provided a number of additional features to make the website more accessible.
You are able to view this website in a variety of different text sizes and in a high contrast style. To change your viewing preference, choose from the icons in header above or choose a style from the list below.
Please note that the page layout may be affected by increasing the font size.
This website is optimised for printing. Simply print the page using your browsers PRINT option and the page will print out to fit the width of the paper.
Browsealoud is a solution to speech enable website content. The software is free to download and Templemore pays an annual charge to speech enable our web site. Browsealoud enables our web site to assist in the navigation of our site for the following sections of the population:
Users with screen readers (such as JAWS) can skip over the set of navigation links to access the main content directly using the hidden 'Skip to Main Content' link. We've also provided pages with heading structures to help you use your screen reader to access sections on the site directly. Just press the keys INS and F6 at the same time to get the list.
The website uses W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) technologies suck as HTML and CSS wherever possible. However, in the past information has been provided on our sites in both Microsoft Word and Adobe PDF (Portable Document Format) format.
However, a number of documents on this site are only in PDF format, which requires you to download and install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. Click on the icon to download the Adobe Reader from the Adobe website.
If you cannot access the information in any PDF document please contact us at email@example.com.
We are committed to making our website accessible to all people, regardless of ability. We will continue to closely monitor developments and changes in WAI guidelines and general website best practice.
If you feel that this website could be easier to use, or you have difficulty accessing any information please email firstname.lastname@example.org