Making the website as accessible as we can.
The Votes at 16 website has been built to meet the W3C Level A standards for accessibility, where possible.
Ease of use
The design and layout of this site takes into account the needs of visually impaired users. The Votes at 16 website is compatible with a wide range of screen reading software, and can be navigated using just a keyboard.
When using a URL link on this site, please be aware that all internal links (links that go to another page of the Votes at 16 website) will open in the same window. Some external links (links that lead to another website) may open in a new window.
If using Internet Explorer 5 and above, it should be possible to resize the text by pressing the control key (CTRL) and moving your mouse wheel up and down. If you do not have a mouse wheel you can resize the text from the browser menu [view] [text size] [largest / smallest].
Other browsers may be able to resize the text in other ways.
Downloading PDF files
If you use access technology to view PDF documents, go to the Adobe Accessibility Resource Center site which provides information and tools. An online PDF conversion tool can be found at online conversion tools for Adobe PDF documents.
PDF files can be downloaded and sent to Adobe for conversion to HTML or text. Email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org