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Accessibility

Website Accessibility Statement

As a leading UK supplier of clothes for people to work in, Simon Jersey is committed to providing facilities suitable for people with disabilities. As part of this commitment this website has been built to internationally recognized accessible website guidelines produced by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and aims to exceed Level Double-A of those guidelines by meeting all Priority 1, 2 and some additional Level 3 checkpoints.

This page provides information on ways that this website has been written to assist users identify helpful features of this site.

Navigation

Navigation of this site is primarily accomplished via the top navigation menu. Each section is broken down into various levels of sub-menus down the left hand side of the page.

A crumb trail navigation menu is also available just before the start of page content to help orient the user within the site, there is also a Sitemap available to allow rapid access to all pages on the site.

Flexibility

This site has been designed using relative Cascading Style Sheets to allow the user to override the default appearance of the site in a number of ways, the most basic of which is to ensure that users can change their font size easily through their browser options.

  • Internet Explorer

    To change your default font size in Internet Explorer select:
    'View' menu > 'Text Size' > Select chosen size (Largest to Smallest)
  • Mozilla Browsers

    To change your default font size in Netscape 7 or Mozilla browsers select:
    'View' menu > Either 'Increase Text Size' or 'Decrease Text Size'
  • Opera Browsers

    To change your zoom level in Opera browsers select:
    'View' menu > 'Zoom' > Select chosen level

PDFs

Get Adobe ReaderSome content is provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. For information on how to access this content with specialist browsers please visit http://access.adobe.com/

Further Information

Additional information on various aspects of accessibility issues can be found at http://diveintoaccessibility.org/ or the official W3C guidelines are available at http://www.w3.org/WAI/