East Hampshire District Council (the council), is the owner and operator of www.whitehillbordon.com (the website).
This page was last updated on: 4 June 2019.
Website accessibility means that websites, tools, and technologies are designed and developed so that people of all abilities can use them.
It benefits people such as: those with a disability, those using a smart phone or tablet, older people with changing abilities due to ageing and users with a slow internet connection.
More specifically, it means all users are able to:
- Perceive, understand, navigate, and interact with the web
- Contribute to the web
The council is committed to making this website as accessible and usable as possible.
We have a simple to use accessibility tool on this website which will help you view the website in a format which is more suitable. You will find the buttons on the left of each web page.
It will allow you to adjust the size of the text, the background colour and the contrast.
Each page on the website aims to achieve the following:
- Plain english – no jargon
- Improved user experience – we’ve used analytical data to aid both the usability and readability of the site
- Titles that clearly describe what a page is about
- Responsiveness, which means that you can access the website on any device.
We have also ensured that the design of the website enhances the usability and readability of the website and that it will work on a variety of devices.
Documents and files
Due to the high volume and complexity of content on this website, it is not practical to make all existing PDF, word and excel documents fully accessible. However, our policy is to only upload fully accessible documents in future.
Additional online support
We’ve included some links below from AbilityNet on how you can change your browser settings to suit your needs:
- Make your mouse easier to use
- Use your keyboard instead of a mouse
- Talk to your device
- Make your device talk to you
- Make text larger
- Change your colours
- Magnify the screen
Feedback and help
We are continually working to improve the accessibility and usability of the website, but if you are experiencing any difficulties or would like to give us any feedback, please contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01730 234329.