Circle Anglia’s website is still in Beta version, but should already comply with W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), to double AA compliance. Any shortcomings will be fixed in the coming weeks.
Some useful accessibility features are the following.
If you would like to view the site in larger print, there are 2 larger text sizes, indicated by the ‘A’ buttons at the top right of the pages.
We have installed ‘Readspeaker’ to enable visually-impaired visitors to listen to pages. Simply click the listen button at the top of the screen to receive the current page as audio.
All links are labelled intuitively to enable screen-readers to identify where a link will take the user. Images have descriptions for the visually impaired.
Any web page or document can be ordered in a variety of formats, such as large print, Braille or audio. We can also order translations for you, and will shortly have translations for key services and contacts available on the website.
If you would like any information in a different format, please contact us via your service provider's contact page.
You can find out useful information about changing the settings on your computer at:
You can also set Internet Explorer to ignore colours, font styles and sizes by checking the boxes under Tools > Internet Options > Accessibility.