Tinto at Five adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, a set of guidelines stipulated by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) used to ensure websites are designed and written in a way that makes them accessible to everyone. This means that:
- Strong colour contrasts are used.
- Headings are used correctly to make them readable through screen readers.
- Links do what they say.
- Style sheets have been used to determine the presentation of Tinto at Five
- Where images are used, alternative text are shown so users who cannot see the image can read the text.
- Zoom in up to 300% without the text spilling off the screen.
Access Key Details
These are the keys available throughout the site:
Access key – 2 – Skip to navigation
Access Key – 3 – Skip to main content
The way to activate the accesskey depends on the browser. If you would like further details on this, please check this article from MDN Web Docs where it will let you know the different ways to activate the accesskey.
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