We are committed to compliance with accessibility standards and with UK legislation, notably the the Disability Discrimination Act (1995) as amended by the Special Education Needs and Disability Act (2001). We have taken the following steps to ensure that we make Zetoc as accessible as we can:
We seek to adhere to the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines - the Zetoc site aims to implement priority one and two guidelines (those defined as guidelines sites 'must' and 'should' comply with) and every effort is made to implement priority three guidelines (those defined as guidelines sites 'may' comply with). Key information is provided in HTML format
Pages are validated to comply with XHTML standards
Access keys are provided
There is a non-frames version of the Zetoc alert facility
Zetoc has been tested using Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, Lynx (a text browser) and IBM's Home Page Reader (an audio browser).
An accessibility audit of the Zetoc information pages has been produced. The full report can be viewed as: – less–ZoomInfo