It is important to us that this website is accessible to all, reflecting our philosophy and the standards and guidelines set out in the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
The UK Disability Discrimination Act 1995 has bought about changes in legislation resulting in the need for companies to adhere to accessibility issues.
We have provided a range of tools in order for our website to be accessible-
Gallery Images Alternative text - descriptive text has been added for screenreaders.
Changing Font size - font size may be altered to suit your visual needs.
Change Browser Page Zoom - You can alter your browser's page zoom for text and images. Instructions for major browsers are available to view here.
Changing Text format - The correct colour combination can have an enormous effect on the legibility of text and can aid a wide variety of difficulties. For people who need text to appear as clearly and boldly as possible, combinations like yellow-on-black or white-on-black can yield good results.
Change the text format to:
Key board input - View instructions on how to use the shortcuts on Jeesal's website. An accessible website does not rely on the mouse; it provides all functionality via a keyboard. Then people with disabilities can use assistive technologies that mimic the keyboard, such as speech input.