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We’re working to make the site as accessible as possible for
visitors regardless of their ability, disability or general
awareness of using the internet.
It is our aim to create a public sector site that stands out as
an excellent site to visit – not just an excellent public sector
site. The standard of service and design you expect shouldn’t
be any less, simply because we’re a Local Resilience Forum and
that’s something we feel strongly about.
The problem with trying to make a fully ‘inclusive site’ is that
no single solution meets the needs of all users – and we’ve found
that sometimes trying to improve the site for one particular
disability can have an effect on our ability to meet the needs of
another section of our audience. So while we do work to achieve
all World Wide Web
Consortium (W3C) Web Content
Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Version 1.0
'Double A' standard as a minimum, sometimes we may not
have got quite there on some pages.
We also try as much as possible to allow you to 'optimise your
user experience' - put simply, let you view and use the
Cheshire Resilience website the way you want to - not the
way we make you.