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At Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust we aim to provide up to date, easy-to-read and accurate information on all aspects about cervical cancer and cervical abnormalities. We are committed to providing a website that is accessible and easy to use for the widest range of visitors possible, regardless of literacy, disability or impairment.
Our website has been designed to adhere to best practice by following W3C standards.
What is an accessible website?
An accessible site is one that accommodates the full range of users. Designing for accessibility therefore means accepting that, for online information, there is:
An accessible web site does not exclude anybody due to:
Accessible websites prioritise clear content, structure and ease of navigation over aspects of design, however, they also need not be visually unattractive, nor are they prevented from using the latest web technologies, provided that all information is still accessible to users.
We have made every effort to ensure this website is easily readable using 'plain English' (for more details on how we write our health information, click here). In addition, we have ensured that the design of this website is not an obstacle to its usability and readability.
We have tried to ensure:
The site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to control all presentation and layout so that content is well structured and easily accessible via assistive devices.
Altering text size on the website
Text size can be increased or decreased in your browser by following these steps:
Microsoft Internet Explorer:
A sitemap is provided to assist with navigation (you can find the site map at the bottom of each website page). All pages across the site also include a link to the homepage (click on the Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust logo), and have a consistent global navigation using breadcrumb navigation.
There are a number of PDF documents available for download across the site. You can find out more about how to configure the free Adobe Reader software to obtain greater access to PDF files by visiting the Adobe site.
Download Adobe Reader for free
In order to avoid any conflict with personal access keys you may have set up on your computer, we have chosen not to install bespoke access keys on this site. Efforts have been made to ensure the site is as easy to navigate as possible.
Browsealoud is a speech tool that you can download for free and use on Jo's Cervical Cancer Trust website. It reads the website content out loud, highlighting each word as it is spoken in a high quality, human-sounding voice. More than 7,000 websites use Browsealoud, so once you have it on your device you can listen to all of these websites too.
For more details on Browsealoud click here.