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Accessibility

We have made every effort to make the Welbeing website accessible and easy to use for everyone, no matter what browser you use, and whether or not you have any disabilities.

The website's layout takes into account users who are blind or visually impaired and is fully compatible with popular screen reading software.

All pages on this website should be valid to Extensible Hyper Text Mark-up Language (XHTML) 1.0 Transitional and use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).


The Welbeing website conforms to the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA). It also follows the Worldwide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

All download documents can be provided in large print, Braille, audio file or foreign language. Please contact 01323 644422 for further details.

Useful tips

The high resolution version of our website comes with a number of key additional website features:

  • All links are underlined automatically to help differentiate where they occur
  • All links have a border appear when using the tab key to help show where you are in the page
  • All main content is reduced in width to show no more than 80 characters per line. This makes our pages easier to read.

Translation

If you would like any page on this website translated into your language, there is a free translation service available from AltaVista and Systran. Translate our web pages by copying and pasting in the text or URL into the text box of the AltaVista website. Then just select the language you would like it translated into, from the drop down menu, and the page will automatically be translated and appear on your screen. Please note that there may be a size restriction of 5k on the content which can be translated. Welbeing is not responsible for this service and cannot guarantee the accuracy of the translations available.

Help with PDF files

The PDF file format is a common internet file format (PDF stands for Portable Document Format). It's used for electronic distribution because it preserves the look and feel of the original document complete with fonts, colours, images, and layout. It also can be used across many different types of computers and browsers.

Opening PDF Files

To open a PDF file you have to download a program called Acrobat Reader and install it onto your computer. The program is available free of charge from the Adobe Acrobat website.

PDF files and browsers

You can configure your web browser to open PDF files either within the browser window or in a separate Acrobat window. Detailed instructions are available on the Adobe Acrobat website.


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