Martin Searle Solicitors is committed to ensuring that its website is accessible to people with disabilities.
All the pages on our website are designed to meet W3C WAI’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Level AAA conformance including all of the following features. If you experience any difficulties using this website, please report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Text can be resized to 200% without loss of content or function by using the keyboard controls CTRL together with the + key to make the text size larger, or the – key to make the text size smaller
Menus are used consistently
Icons and buttons are used consistently
Contrast ratio between text and background can be adjusted to at least 7:1 using the Web Accessibility Contrast Style Switcher below
Audio is clear for listeners to hear
A range of presentation options are available by the Web Accessibility Contrast Style Switcher below
No text is used within images
Text alternatives are available for all non-text content such as videos
Navigation is accessible by keyboard only using the TAB key
There are no time limits to content browsing
Users are not interrupted at any point in their user experience
No content flashes more than three times per second
Users know where they are through the use of clear breadcrumb navigation
The purpose of every link is clear from its text
Content is broken up with headings and sub headings
Any abbreviations used within the content are explained
No elements on the page are changed on the website until users ask
Risk of user error is prevented through form field validation and clear error messaging
To provide the highest level of contrast ratio between the website content text and the background, you can switch the contrast style of the website content to suit your vision type by selecting from the Default Contrast, High Visibility Contrast or Black & White Contrast Style options below:
This is an example of the Default Contrast main body content style.
This is an example of the High Contrast main body content style.
This is an example of the Black & White Contrast main body content style.