Fram3 Limited is committed to ensuring our online products and services are accessible to everyone, regardless of their ability. Providing an accessible website has a positive effect on general usability and we believe that websites that are accessible and usable benefit everyone.We will continue to review, test and modify our website and any future releases of the site, for web accessibility issues and aim to ensure that this is an ongoing commitment.
Web accessibility standards
The Fram3 Limited website has been developed to conform to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for HTML (HyperText Mark up Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) WCAG 2.0 to the level of priority 2 (double-A compliance). This website is reliant upon HTML and CSS to render content.
The Fram3 Limited website has been tested to work with most assistive technologies, such as screen readers, magnifiers, dyslexia specific software, and refreshable braille displays (both 40 and 80 cell).
We also ensure that:
- All images in our sites contain appropriate alternate text
- Pages and images on this website are optimised to load quickly and smoothly
- All foreground and background colours are checked to ensure sufficient contrast, or given alternative text in the case of images
- Our content is written clearly, concisely, free of jargon and in plain English
- All pages use headings
- All ‘calls to action’ highlighted with icons and/or different colour font or underlined
- Symbols (e.g. >) are used in context and for their semantic use
- Consistent navigation and page layouts are used
- All forms are navigable using a keyboard
- We have submit buttons on all forms
- We use cascading style sheets to control layout and presentation
has been cross-browser tested and is currently compatible
with modern browsers, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 7+, Mozilla Firefox,
Google Chrome and Safari. The website has also been tested to be compatible with Windows, Mac OS, iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile operating systems.
Web accessibility initiative – how to change text sizes or colours >
Direct Gov – The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) >
Microsoft – accessibility support centre >