The John Ellerman Foundation website has been designed to comply with Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Content Accessibility Guidelines set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We aim to ensure the site conforms to ‘Double-A’ standards wherever possible.
Text alternatives are provided for all non-text content (eg alt-tagging images) so that the website can be changed into other formats people need.
Navigable, readable and predictable
The website has been designed to help you navigate, find content, and determine where you are easily. The text has been written in a way that is both readable and understandable. All web pages appear and operate in predictable ways.
The text colour and background colours are accessible to W3C ‘Double-A’ standards to provide enough of a contrast when viewed by someone having colour deficits or when viewed on a black and white screen.
If you need to increase the size of this website within your internet browser you can do so in most instances by holding down the ‘command’ key and ‘+’ key to zoom in on text or the ‘command’ key and ‘-’ to zoom out of the text.
For specific browser details, please follow the individual links below in 'Recommended browsers', for more details.
The following are links to the accessibility pages for each of the internet browsers listed. There you will find more in-depth information on how to alter the appearance of this website, within this browser, to fit your requirements.
Reading PDFs (Portable Document Files)
To read PDFs you will need to have Adobe Reader installed on your computer. Most computers will already have this, but if not you can download it free of charge from the Adobe site.