Accessibility.

Website Accessibility Statement.

The TigerDivers.info website has been designed to be as accessible and as inclusive as possible to everyone who may visit it.

The TigerDivers.info website has been produced in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) accessibility guidelines and have endeavoured to comply to a minimum of AA Level by meeting Priority 1 and 2 levels on their check list.

The TigerDivers.info website aims to comply with the UK Disability Discrimination Act of 1995 with regards to website access as stipulated by the Disability Rights Commission. Please note that our Tiger Divers group is based in Malaysia where accessibility requirements vary from that of the UK's.

For visually impaired users please bear in mind that this website showcases the photography of the group and by its nature is predominantly made up of visual images.

If you have any comments or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site please get in touch with the Tiger Divers webdeveloper at e-mail: webdeveloper@tigerdivers.info.

Accessibility Features.

Images.

All images have alternative text descriptions.

Links.

The main navigation menu is at the top of the page so screen-readers will get to it quickly and they are easy to understand.

CSS.

This website has been hand coded using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for visual layout and enables the user to change the font size easily via the browser.

Font Size.

Relative sizes have been used for text so that they can be resized when using visual browsers. The following section gives some examples of how font sizes can be changed in different browsers.

Web Browsers.

Internet Explorer

View > Text Size > Largest, Larger, Medium, Smaller or Smallest.

There is also a Zoom Option to Zoom in or Out or choose a percentage.

View > Zoom > Zoom In or Zoom Out. You can also use the CTRL key and the + or - key to achieve the same results.

Firefox

View > Zoom > Zoom In or Zoom Out. You can also use the CTRL key and the + or - key to achieve the same results.

Safari

View > Zoom In or Zoom Out.

There is also the option to only Zoom the text. You can also use the CTRL key and the + or - key to resize text.

Opera

View>Zoom> Select percentage view required.

Note.

Please note that this is just a sample guide of browsers and different versions may have different ways to change font sizes. I have tried to make the content accessible to as many of the most popular browsers as possible, however I cannot take responsibility should my website not be viewable as I intended across all browsers.

More information.

Should you wish to know more about website accessibility you can find more information at:
www.w3.org/WAI