The Clarendon Arms website has been designed and constructed to be inclusive and to provide access to all visitors regardless of technological or physical disability.
The website has been designed to comply with guidelines issued by the W3C/WAI. All page templates meet Priority Level 3 (AAA) guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, which is the highest level of conformance that can be achieved. All page templates have been Bobby approved to Priority 3 (AAA).
Tab Indexing is the use of the tab button on a keyboard to navigate around the links in a web page. Every time the tab key is pressed the next link is selected. This is shown by a dotted line around the link text or image. Tab indexing is designed to make tabbing through the website easier and also to enable visitors to access the website only using a keyboard.
Browser and Screen Resolution Compatibility
The Clarendon Arms website has been created to render correctly in the most popular browsers including Internet Explorer 5, Internet Explorer 5.5, Internet Explorer 6, Internet Explorer 7, Firefox, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer 5 on Mac and Safari on Mac.
The website has been designed to work in screen resolution 800x600 and higher.
Access key functionality provides access to key parts of the website navigational system. To use access keys follow the following guidelines:
- For PC users, press the ‘ALT’ button on the keyboard plus the access key number or letter.
- For Mac users, press the ‘Control’ button on the keyboard plus the access key number or letter.
- Pressing the ‘Enter’ button on the keyboard, on both the PC or the Mac, will then take you to the page.
The access key numbers are listed below:
- 1. Home
- 2. Menus
- 3. Functions
- 5. Offers & Events
- 6. Gallery
- 7. Contact & Location
- 8. Recruitment
- 9. Site Map
- 0. Accessibility
The website conforms to the latest W3C web standards for HTML, XHTML and CSS.