yourDSA aims to make our site as accessible as possible. We have options for: changing font size and screen contrast at the top of every page. We have also designed the site to be accessible to people with sensory, motor impairments, and specific learning difficulties.
If you come across a page you find difficult to use, please contact us
All pages are XHTML 1.0 Strict valid
All pages are W3C compliant
If cookies are turned off then our Accessibility Options will not work. If you would like to use these options you will need to turn cookies on.
CSS - Cascading Style Sheets
To get the best out of yourDSA you should have CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) switched on. If they are turned off: colour, text size and layout of the site will look a lot different.
Accesskeys are specific keyboard shortcuts that help you (the user) navigate around the site, without the need for the mouse.
We have tested the site with:
- Firefox3+ (FF4+ recommended)
- Internet Explorer 6+ (IE 7+ recommended)
- Google Chrome