scottishathletics is committed to making the information and resources that it provides via the web accessible to all users. We aim to be standards compliant and follow general principles of usability and universal design, which should help all visitors to this website.
This site is intended to meet at least level 1 (A) of the W3C’s Website Accessibility Initiative (WAI) Guidelines.
However, we welcome suggestions and feedback to improve accessibility on this website.If you are experiencing any difficulties accessing the information set out on our pages, please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Some settings can be adjusted in your browser to improve your experience.
Changing text size
You can change text size using your browser.
Colour and font settings can be adjusted using your browser.
In some instances you may not able to enforce your own colour schemes (for example, in graphic titles and imagery). Here, care is taken to provide sufficient contrast in colour as to aid users with impaired vision
Most images present on this site contain alternative text which allow screen readers, used by those with restricted eye sight, to understand the context with which any images are used. Images such as background images that have no useful content have empty alternate text.
Images can be turned off in your browser settings.
Documents on this website are provided in Adobe Acrobat PDF format. Most computers already have the software to open PDF document format.
PDF stands for Portable Document Format and is an alternative way of supplying material on our web pages when the use of HTML is not appropriate. Where a PDF is available, it is identified in the site.
Visit the Adobe website www.adobe.com/accessibility/index.html for free tools that will convert PDFs to plain text or to HTML, and for further information about PDFs and accessibility.
For more information and help about changing your browser settings, please visit the BBC’s My Web My Way pages: www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/