Accessibility is the word used to describe whether a product (for example, a website, mobile site, digital TV interface or application) can be used by people of all abilities and disabilities.
For instance, a website is accessible if all people, including disabled and elderly people, can use it.
On a website, accessibility depends on how a person's disability affects the way they perceive information on a page and how they navigate within and between pages.
We are working hard to ensure that Courts.im is as accessible as possible. We aim to meet the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 to Double-A compliance or above. Your feedback is really important to helping us do that. If you find any problems then please contact us and let us know.
If you need help getting started online
Getting started with the Internet (BBC WebWise)
If you can't see very well
- Change the text and background colours (BBC My Web My Way)
- Change your fonts (BBC My Web My Way)
- Make your computer speak text aloud (BBC My Web My Way)
- Make your text larger (BBC My Web My Way)
If you are blind
- Find out about screen readers and talking browsers (BBC My Web My Way)
If you find a keyboard and mouse hard to use
- Find out how to make your mouse easier to use (BBC My Web My Way)
- Find out how to use your keyboard to control your mouse (BBC My Web My Way)
- Find out about alternatives to a keyboard and mouse (BBC My Web My Way)