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Access

At People’s Collection Wales, we are committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to everyone. Accessibility guidelines were an integral part of the process from the outset. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding accessibility, please get in touch, we are continually striving to improve our visitors' experience.

We aim to comply with Priority 1 & Priority 2 W3C Accessibility Guidelines, and operate a system of continuous improvement to ensure the guidelines are met.

Text Size

If you find the text on this site is too small, you can change it easily in your browser settings. To adjust your browser's settings go to the Tools Menu, select text -size or -zoom) and increase the size as required.

Additional browser text adjustments

  • FireFox—go to View Menu and Zoom In/Out to increase/decrease text
  • Internet Explorer—go to View Menu, select Text Size and chose Larger or Largest

Navigation

The site map provides an overview of the website structure, helping orientation and navigation.

Documents

Documents on this website including PDF (Portable Document Format) can be zoomed in and out (increasing text size, for example) directly in the embedded Universal Viewer or manipulated in the browser where they appear as page attachments or links. For screen readers, PDFs attached or linked in our webpages can be downloaded to your own computer to use a preferred software such as Adobe Acrobat, available from the Adobe website. Where they appear within the third-party Universal View, we have placed a print button alongside the social buttons, directly above the Viewer, which will allow you to print to a download source using your operating software.

To report accessibility issues

We are always looking to improve the accessibility of this website but if you have any problems or concerns that we are not meeting our accessibility requirements, please contact us