We’re committed to making our web site as accessible as possible and we support the Web Accessibility Initiative.
We regularly review and update our site to ensure that it meets the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C, the web’s governing body) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
The WCAG is a set of guidelines designed to ensure that web sites are designed and written so that:
- Text can be resized according to user preference
- Visual presentation is defined in ‘style sheets’ and isn’t embedded in the pages
- Headings are correctly used to work with screen readers
- Colour contrast between foreground and background is sufficiently strong
- Images have alternative text (so if you can‘t see the image you can still understand what it contains)
- Links are informative so there aren’t any links that say “Click here”
Changing the text size
You can change the text size on our site to make it either larger or smaller using your browser settings. Some browsers allow you to magnify the whole page.
The Cashplus web site uses cascading style sheets for presentation. This means that you‘re able to override the site’s colours by changing your browser settings.
Consistent page headings and titles
A consistent heading structure has been used so that page information is compatible with screen readers.
We’ve taken care to ensure that foreground and background colours on the Cashplus site contrast effectively.
All links within the Cashplus site have been written to make sense when taken out of context. Where appropriate, we’ve also added information to let you know if the link will open a new window or if additional software is required to be able to view something.
We try and make it as easy as possible for everyone to use our services. So, if you‘re having any difficulties please tell us. Email us at [email protected] or contact us.