Example local government websites - Valuing Medway People, Medway Council, Kent

Valuing Medway People, Medway Council, Kent

Medway Valuing People  websiteThe Valuing Medway People Partnership Board works together to make sure that Valuing People happens in Medway. It makes sure that the services the Council and other agencies provide meet the needs of people with a learning disability and their parents and carers.

This website is fully accessible website with a double menu (pages and subpages) in terms of the WIA standards, and includes different style sheets for text of different size.

Many of the pages are also written taken into consideration the needs of those wit ha learning disability - so pictures and graphics are used alongside text to help convey meaning.

The website content of this website is maintained by the client using Macromedia Contribute..


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Websites should make use of style sheets to give the required look and feel to the webpages. This enables anyone who prefers (for example) very large text, to make use of their own style sheet to view the webpage. All webpages should make sense and be usable with no stylesheets, no graphics, no frames and no Javascript as there are still users around that use such browsers through necessity or choice.

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