1. Accessibility of this Website
1.1 The Victim Support Scotland website is designed to meet conformance level Double-A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, so it is accessible to as many people as possible.
1.2 If you have difficulty using any part of the site, please contact us and we will do our best to solve this.
2.1 The pages on this site use structured semantic markup. H1 tags are used for main titles, with H2 and H3 tags and below used for different levels of subtitles.
2.2 This website has been tested on standards-compliant web browsers. This site should be fully accessible from any contemporary web browser (Internet Explorer 8 and later), although only browsers that support modern web standards will receive a fully styled version.
3. Recommended browsers
3.1 To gain the full benefit of this and other websites, we recommend you use the latest version of one of the following browsers. You can alter the size of the screen fonts using the tools built in to most modern web browsers. We welcome any feedback on the site. Please contact us with your comments.
- Mozilla Firefox (for Windows, Mac or Linux)
- Chrome (for Windows or Mac)
- Opera (for Windows, Mac or Linux)
- Netscape (for Windows)
- Internet Explorer (for Windows)
- Safari (for Mac)
4. Text enlargement
4.1 All contemporary browsers support text enlargement options and you should review the documentation for a given browser to determine how best to optimise your browsing experience.
5. Viewing Options
5.1 The site has Viewing Options which allow you to see the site in a plain text version (with or without images) to remove all styling from the site. There are also two Accessible versions of the site which retain the site layout in a high contrast display. The viewing option choice is set via a cookie, so recurrent visits to the website will retain the preference, unless the user has deleted their cookies.
6.1 We welcome any feedback on the site. Please contact us with your comments.