How We Make The Liverpudlian Accessible For All
Here at The Liverpudlian, we like to make our content as accessible as possible for all of our readers. Please take the time to read and understand how we cater to as many people as possible, by providing additional consideration for those with accessibility requirements.
How we Make our Website Accessible:
Below is a list of some of the things that we do to ensure ease of accessibility:
We use alternative text for images, also known as 'alt text'.
The majority of our text is set as font size 16 as a minimum.
Enabled accessibility tools such as keyboard accessibility and visual focus such as highlighting clicked objects to make your experience easier and better.
Minimised the use of certain content such as parallax images.
Ensuring that we make the correct use of page titles, heading, subheading and paragraph tags through the correct coding, such as h1 and h2 tags.
We use labelling where appropriate.
We aim to make as many of our articles accessible through our 'Audio Article' initiative, which involves the article being read aloud by one of our Liverpudlian Journalists.
If you have any questions about accessibility, please email us using our contact page.