Accessibility

Design and Navigation

Older People's Commissioner  website accessibility is guided by the Worldwide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 and is working with content authors, developers to meet the AAA standard.

Maintaining an accessible site is an ongoing process and we are continually working to offer a user friendly experience.

The layout and appearance of the Older People's Commissioners website is deliberately kept clear and simple to make the information as easy to find and read as possible. To navigate around the site, you can use the menus on the left side of the page, or click on any link within a page.

The menus at the sides of the page change according to which section and level of the site you are in.

Accessibility

The site is designed for maximum accessibility and further enhancements are planned; if you have any problems accessing the information on the site, or you would like to comment on any aspect of the site’s accessibility, please contact us at: ask@olderpeoplewales.com.

How to enlarge the text

Internet Explorer

From the View menu, select Text size and choose your preferred option.

Firefox

From the View menu, select Text size and choose Increase or Decrease.

Safari

From the View menu, select Text size and choose Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.

Netscape

Open the View menu and choose Increase Font or Decrease Font.

Opera

From the View menu, select Zoom and choose a magnification factor.

How to change the colour of the text and page background

Internet Explorer

From the Tools menu, select Internet Options. Click the Colors button. Unticking the ‘Use windows colors’ box will allow you to select your preferred options.

Firefox

From the Tools menu, select Options. Click the Colours button and select your preferred options.

Safari

You can create a ‘style sheet’ you’re your preferred styles – visit the Safari website for advice.

Netscape

From the Edit menu, select Preferences. In the Appearance tab, choose Colors and set your preferences.

Opera

There are many ways to customise your settings – visit the Opera website for advice.

Comments and Complaints

We hope the information on this site meets your needs; however, if you have any comments or complaints, or would like any information about the administration of the site itself, please contact us at ask@olderpeoplewales.com