We want everyone who uses our website htpc.org.uk to be able to find, read and understand our content, regardless of technology or ability.
How to Use your Browser to View our Website in a Way that Works for You
We’ve designed this site in a way that let’s you use built-in tools to customise the way you see our website so that it’s easy for you to understand information. For example, all our pages are suitable for using a magnifying application or extension to zoom in without cutting out content. Additionally, ‘reader view’ (a popular feature in modern browsers) is supported to allow you to have full control over contrast levels.
On top of this, text and images is appropriately tagged so that you can use screen-reading tools to read content aloud.
Some Parts of this Website are Not Fully Accessible
We know some parts of this website are not fully accessible. For example, old documents only exist in scanned form and this can be hard to read and not suitable for screen-readers. In cases like these, it would be a disproportionate burden to rewrite and save these documents. However, some of these older documents are essential to providing transparency in the way we work so it is necessary that they are still available.
All recent and future documents are being saved directly in PDF form in a way that is accessible to all screen-readers. Additionally, these documents are exported in a way that allows you to customise them to your needs in a suitable PDF viewer.
What To Do If You Cannot Access Parts Of This Website
If you need information on this website in a different format like large print, easy read, audio recording or braille, or you do not have suitable technology to view our site, please contact us by emailing the clerk (email@example.com) and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Reporting Accessibility Problems With This Website
We’re always looking to improve the accessibility of this website. If you find any problems not listed on this page or think we’re not meeting accessibility requirements, please contact us.
Continuing Accessibility into the Future
This website is continually tested with different software to ensure content remains accessible and that all new content is as well. All new documents uploaded to the site are automatically checked for accessibility. If you have a suggestion for how we could make our website easier for people of all abilities, please get in touch.