McColl’s Digital Accessibility Policy
McColl's is committed to providing digital services that are accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of ability.
This page explains our approach to making this website accessible, the features provided to enhance the site’s accessibility and what to do if you have any questions or feedback for us.
Our website can be viewed on a range of different screen sizes and the size of text can be changed to suit different people. We have also included a search facility and sitemap to help people find the information they are looking for more easily.
You can vary the text size by using your browser’s text resize option. You can also make other helpful changes in your browser, as well as within your computer generally.
To find out what else you can do, we recommend that you read Better Web Browsing: Tips for Customising Your Computer from The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) or visit 'My Web My Way' from the BBC.
Alternative text for images
All appropriate images have been given alternative text.
HTML heading elements have been used to represent page structure, supporting assistive technologies that allow page navigation from heading to heading.
All hyperlinks should make sense when read out of context, and hyperlinks are clearly presented in a different text style from normal body text.
We have checked text and background colour combinations to ensure that the contrast is sufficient, and we have also ensured that information is not referenced by colour alone.
We have used Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control the presentation of pages and have used properly structured mark-up for content. Tables are only used for data. If style sheets are not supported or are turned off, information on the site can still be accessed and read.
In many cases we have provided an HTML version of PDFs on this website, however if you would like to use a screen reader to read PDF documents you can find out more at the Adobe Accessibility Resource Center.
Information on accessibility
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1
These are the standards developed by individuals and organisations around the world to create a shared standard for accessibility. We believe that this website meets or exceeds the requirements of the level AA criteria of the Web Content
Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 and we endeavour to meet Level AAA, wherever possible.
Equality Act 2010
This is the law that protects people from any discrimination experienced since 2010. Read the provision of service which includes digital services and therefore accessibility.
Help with accessibility
We want people to get the best experience from this website. If there is information you think should be included on this page, or if you experience any problem accessing the site, then please contact us.
For advice on what information to include when you contact us, we recommend you read Contacting Organisations about Inaccessible Websites.