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The information about accessibility on this page applies to the web accessibility of the fistralbeachhotel.co.uk web site.
If you are looking for information about hotel access within Fistral Beach Hotel please click on the links below:
The Fistral Beach Hotel Accessibility Statement
Our site has been designed with accessibility in mind. All of the webpage code has been written to the W3C HTML5 standard, ensuring cross-browser compatibility. The CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) code used on this site has also been written according to the W3C’s standards. All pages contain the relevant W3C icons that allow users to automatically check that the pages are valid.
There are a number of ways to change the text size in your browser (Internet Explorer):
To read about other changes you can make to your browser settings, please see Browser Help below.
We have made tabbing through a page easy. The order for tab indexing in Fistral Beach Hotel pages is as follows:
Throughout the website we have avoided using graphics as a way of displaying important information. This ensures all users have access to all the information, regardless of what type of browser they are using. If you have opted to browse with images switched off, of if you are using a screen reader to access the website, then all of the website content will still be available.
Throughout the site we have tried to keep the navigation consistent. The first link on every page (home) always goes through to the main site entry page. The main menu for each area of the site is always in the same position. Any sub-navigation is always in the same position on the page, ensuring familiarity and consistency throughout.
Optimise the way you view your web browser
If you have difficulty in reading the Fistral Beach Hotel website on your screen, you may be able to change the settings on your browser to help you improve their visibility.
The following suggestions to improve the visibility of web pages will apply to any site that you visit. However, you may find that not all pages within a site are compatible. The images on the screen will not be affected. These instructions have been tested with Internet Explorer versions 6 and 7.
To apply the font and colour changes below permanently:
Text with a sans serif font (such as Arial) is easier to read than a serif font (such as Times New Roman). To change the text font:
To enlarge the text:
Combinations of fonts, typefaces and background colours used in web page design may result in text being difficult to read. However, you can choose settings to suit you. For example black text on a yellow background gives a distinct contrast.
To change the text colour and background colour:
To prevent graphics from appearing on web pages:
To change the size of the window:
There are other options to tailor web pages that help make them easier to read.
These may be found under the ‘Tools’ menu: