A Giving Tribute pursues to be a service that recognises the needs and desires of people with disabilities and will ensure that there is no discrimination on the grounds of disability to members of the public whom we serve. We are committed to equality of opportunity for all and aim to provide access for people with disabilities.
A Giving Tribute is dedicated to making itself accessible to all members of the community and will attempt to provide appropriate facilities and assistance for people with disabilities in order that they receive our highest standard of service.
This website has been developed with the intention of making it accessible to as many visitors as possible. We aim to achieve this by adhering to W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, Level AA.
An essential component we use for the proper structure of our HTML documents is the <DOCTYPE> statement. Following standard coding practices we ensure that our pages will transform gracefully across multiple display devices and browsers. A <DOCTYPE> statement indicates the version of HTML in which the page is written.
A component of the <DOCTYPE> statement is the document type declaration that names the Document Type Definition (DTD). There are different DTDs for each Web language (for example, HTML 3.2, HTML 4.01, XHTML, XML, etc). These are published by the World Wide Web (W3C) consortium, and each one defines to the browser or display device how HTML elements and attributes are to be interpreted.
The primary sections of the site are always available via the top menu that is at the top of the page. To support this menu, a sitemap has been provided.
The text size can be changed on our website. This can be found above the top menu on most pages. Alternatively, we use relative text sizes which means you can override the default font size on your browser.
Most of our images use the 'ALT' attribute. Those that don't use this feature are purely decorative and do not serve a purpose.