Accessibility information,

At djcl we aim to regularly improve website accessibility. A number of accessible design elements have been added, including:


We have decided to use blank Alt attributes where images are used only for decorative or layout purposes, including photographs of people. Text equivalents have been provided where images contain content.

Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets have been implemented in a manner that will allow users to turn off or override our styles and still be able to read the page content. Although this is not advised due to complex formatting it can be done.

Structural markup

Throughout the site, structural markup has been used. Page headings and sub-headings are indicated by the use of the header elements h1, h2, h3 etc. Important items have been highlighted with the use of b. Lists have been marked up using ul and li. Abbreviations have been marked up using abbr, whilst acronyms have been marked up with acronym with full usage of the title attribute. Discussions about scripting language have code been marked up with code.


Users can turn off JavaScript or other client side technologies and they will still gain full access to the content on the site.

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