Below is information about some of the features we've implemented in order to make this website as accessible as we could. We've tried to cater for as many people as possible, but please feel free to contact us if you encounter any problem accessing our content.
All the pages of this website have been designed in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) internationally recognised XHTML 1.0 and CSS guidelines.
This website allows you to custom the font size of the pages to suit your personal preferences. You can change this setting through your browser's preferences.
We've provided sensible alternative text content for all the images of this website. This will be really useful if you're using a screenreader or a speech browser software.
This website, and the pages of this website, are built so you can navigate logically through them. It means you should always know in which part of the website you are, and where you can go from there. You can even browse the entire website using only your keyboard.
Forms and tables are built accordingly to W3C's accessibility guidelines, so they can be read or filled by people using screenreaders or speech browser softwares.
Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web, stated: “Internet must be accessible to everyone”.
With its long history and deep involvement in rendering information accessible to anyone, Acapela has naturally designed its website based on W3C Accessibility Guidelines.