At LiquidWebSpace, we are committed to providing a website that is accessible to all users, including those with disabilities. We believe that everyone should be able to access and use our services, regardless of their physical or cognitive abilities. To achieve this, we have taken several steps to ensure that our website is compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA.
What we are doing to improve accessibility:
Providing Alternative Text for Images and Other Non-Text Content We use alternative text to describe images and other non-text content on our website. This text is read by screen readers, which enables users with visual impairments to understand what the image is about. We also provide transcripts for audio content, which can be accessed by users with hearing impairments.
Using a High Contrast Colour Scheme
We have chosen a high contrast colour scheme for our website to make the text and images more visible for users with visual impairments. This also makes it easier for users to read our content in different lighting conditions.
Ensuring Keyboard Accessibility
Our website is keyboard accessible, which means that users can navigate the site using only the keyboard, without requiring a mouse or other pointing device. This is especially important for users who have difficulty using a mouse or other pointing device.
Providing Closed Captions or Transcripts for Videos
We provide closed captions or transcripts for all videos on our website to make them accessible to users with hearing impairments. This also benefits users who prefer to read content rather than watch a video.
Designing a Responsive and Scalable Website
We have designed our website to be responsive and scalable, which means that it can be easily viewed and navigated on different devices with different screen sizes. This benefits users with visual impairments or motor disabilities who may use assistive technology to access our website.
Ongoing Accessibility Testing
We conduct regular accessibility testing to identify any potential issues that may be preventing users with disabilities from accessing or using our website. This includes testing with screen readers, keyboard-only navigation, and other assistive technologies.
Providing an Accessibility Help Desk
We have an accessibility help desk that is available to assist users with disabilities who are having difficulty accessing our website. Our help desk can provide information in a variety of accessible formats, including audio, braille, and large print.
Training our Staff on Accessibility
We provide regular training to our staff on accessibility best practices, so they can ensure that our website is accessible and usable for all users.
We are committed to improving the accessibility of our website and providing an equal user experience for all users. If you encounter any accessibility barriers while using our website, please contact us at email@example.com and we will make every effort to provide you with the information you need in a format that is accessible to you.