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Cranstoun believes that it is vital
that everyone should be able to get the best out of our website,
even if they are not a technical expert, or have any physical
reason why using the internet can be challenge. The organisation
has designed its website to be as accessible as possible in
accordance with guidelines laid down by the Web Accessibility
Initiative (WAI), and will continue to make changes over time.
Always looking to improve our
Cranstoun supports the WAI initiative to encourage website users
to contact us if they feel improvements could be made to its
accessibility. Further information about this can be found on the
WAI website here http://www.w3.org/WAI/users/inaccessible and
Cranstoun can be contacted here.
Help with using
There are some very simple changes that you can make to your
computer that can make it easier to see, hear, understand or use
websites on the internet as well as other programmes on your
A few simple instructions are
listed below, but much more information and instructions can be
found on the BBC website: My Web My Way http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/index.shtml which
also lists links to other information that may be helpful.