City Aesthetics Clinic is committed to taking all reasonable steps to ensure that the material published on this web site is accessible to all users. The pages on this website have been designed with usability and accessibility in mind. These pages should be accessible to blind, partially sighted or disabled users and various platforms using different types of browser software.
In order to meet these DDA requirements this website has been created using the latest technologies to ensure the information provided here is not excluding a particular user group.
As such we recommend that make sure you are using the latest version of your web browser, to ensure you see the best representation of this website:
Examples shown are a few of the most commonly used web browsers
About the design
- This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout.
- This site uses only relative font sizes, compatible with the user-specified “text size” option in visual browsers. If you need to change the “text size” in your Web browser please view refer to your browsers manual.
- If your browser or browsing device does not support style sheets, the content of each page will still be readable
The City Aesthetics Clinic web site must be maintained with close attention being paid to it’s level of accessibiltiy. Web authors updating the City Aesthetics Clinic website must following this set of guidelines:
- An accessible site does not mean a text only equivalent.
- The web pages must meet a the HTML 4.01 web standard. Refer to the examples shown with reference links included.
- Cascading Style Sheets must be used for presentation.
- The web site should be tested in the following browsers (Use more if available, including old versions).
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (Mac & PC).
- Ensure that the page(s) meet the minium requirementof web accessibility standards:
- Section 508 (http://www.access-board.gov/sec508/508standards.htm).
- WCAG Single A (http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG10/).
- Use automated validationtools to ensure you page meets these standards.
- Check the page using Cynthia Say (http://www.cynthiasays.com/fulloptions.asp?), or a similar validator.
- Automated tools have limitations. You must perform a manual check of your work.
- Preview the page in a text-only browser (e.g. Lynx).
- Where possible state on each page it’s level of compliance.
- Ideally WCAG Double A standards should be met where ever possible.
- Ensure that any equivalents used for scripts, images, frames, etc are as informative and useful as the original content. For example:
content do not use “Your browser does not support frames”.
- Links to external web sites such as clients’ should be clearly labeled and mention any accessibility features (if any) available on that site.
These guidelines will be reviewed on a 6 month basis and may change to reflect changes in any current accessibility guidelines. The minimum level of compliance may also change at a future date.