Website of IT2.ie has been developed to comply with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 to priority 2, level “AA”. Accessibility support is being worked on, it will bee verified by using both automatic checks and manual verification.
This website has many elements and aspects that affect accessibility, these include, but are not limited to:
No applets are being used on this website.
The site can be viewed on various browsers, including but not limited to Internet Explorer 8+, Google Chrome, Firefox, Opera, Safari. It can also be viewed on PDAs and screen-readers.
All of the website uses valid CSS.
There are high contrasts between colors of foreground and background for a high readability.
All content images have an alternative description . Images which are merely for decorating purposes contain a null alternative description to not confuse users using screen readers.
All fields in a form are labelled and use default, place-holding characters like required by WCAG 1.0.
All links make sense even if read out of context.
Logical Tab Order
A logical tab order is maintained throughout the website.
Information is provided about pages and page groups, and website organizational layout.
Content and presentation are strictly separated. For all visual elements style sheets are used.
However, if style sheets are not supported or turned off, the site is still usable to its fullest extent.
Tables are used for showing tabular data. Design of IT2.ie does not rely on tables.
Tables are written in standard compliant mark-up. They contain a summary and headers are labelled as such to make them easy to understand for people with disabilities.
Text size can be adjusted, relative font sizes are used on this website instead of absolute sizes.
There is an option on the website to increase or decrease font sizes.
Most modern browsers have a menu choice to adjust the font size as part of their interface.
All of the website uses valid XHTML.