The Mail on Sunday advertisement department is committed to providing a website that achieves good standards of accessibility so that its content is accessible to a wide audience.
We aim to make this website accessible to everyone. We are committed to helping improve accessibility by doing everything feasible to make our services easier to use. If you experience any problems or have any feedback about the website please e-mail email@example.com
This site was developed in line with the priority levels 1 & 2 (WCAG 1 - Double A) of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines, part of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
The Mail on Sunday advertisement department web content publishers will strive to maintain these standards employing best practice techniques where certain Priority 1/2 checkpoints have become outdated.
The WCAG 1.0 explain how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities. Conformance with these guidelines will help make the web more user friendly for everyone.
This section outlines some of the accessibility features that we have provided for our website users and guidance on how to use them. Please refer to your web browser and operating system 'Help' for their additional accessibility features.
The Mail on Sunday advertisement department website has been optimized to be viewed at a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 within the following browsers or their corresponding higher version numbers:
- Internet Explorer 6
- Firefox 3.0
- Safari 4.0
- Google Chrome
The pages are not based on frames and can therefore be printed easily by clicking on the 'Printable version' button within every page of the website.
Cascading Style Sheets have been used to control the presentation of pages, and properly structured mark-up has been used for content. For a full explanation of the accessibility benefits of this, see "Why using CSS improves accessibility"
If stylesheets are not supported or are turned off, information on the site can still be accessed and read.
The text within the content pages has been set to relative sizes which can be increased or decreased for more comfortable screen reading.
The site's navigation is provided in text for improved readability.
The navigation has been designed to be as user-friendly as possible, allowing all site content to be viewed within the minimum number of mouse clicks. It is also possible to access the content pages of the site by using the 'Search' function.
All informational images will contain relevant alternative text.
This website has been designed using CSS. No tables or frames have been used to control the site's main design layout.
We've done our best to ensure this site is as accessible as possible but accessibility problems can still arise despite our best efforts. We encourage any users experiencing problems with our site to email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org . We will work to solve any issues as a priority and where possible, will respond to individual requests for information in alternative formats.