KGAL and its web developer recognises the importance of providing a website that is inclusive and accessible to all. To that extent we believe our site exceeds the requirements of existing protocols relevant to the disabled, the visually impaired and those with other motor or cognitive disabilities.
Throughout the site we’ve endeavoured to use simple clear language. Some industry acronyms are unavoidable but, read in context, the general meaning should be clear. We’ve avoided using frantic animations (of images, text or graphics) and have used common web conventions such as validated HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control presentation.
We’ve used colour sparingly but, where we have, we’ve checked the text (including fonts) and background combinations to ensure the colour contrast is sufficient. Information is not referenced or discovered by colour alone; the site is not colour-dependent and can be read in monochrome.
While we've used clear, legible fonts for all text and headings you can alter the text size by using your browser’s text resize option (search View).
Almost all the still images have been given an appropriate alternative text description.
There are no third party ads or pop-up windows on our site to distract you, diminish readability or compromise navigability. We've made the navigation links between pages consistent throughout the site which is fully accessible using only the keyboard. Our site is responsive to all currently known device formats.