www.ibblaw.co.uk (“our site”) and www.ibbclaims.co.uk are sites operated by IBB Law ("we"). IBB Law and IBB Claims are the trading names used by IBB Law LLP, of Capital Court, 30 Windsor Street, Uxbridge UB8 1AB and The Bury, Church Street, Chesham, Bucks HP5 1JE. A list of partners is available at all offices. Our VAT number is GB 422 3929 61. We are authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (Reg. No. 668751).
We recognise that many people will be accessing our sites and we are committed to provide a site that is accessible to the widest possible audience, irrespective of technology or ability.
We have worked with our sites developers (and shall continue to do so) to ensure that our sites are easy to navigate and use.
With the exception of the matters mentioned below, the sites endeavour to comply with level A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.
Due to the technical specifications of the sites, the following aspects of the WCAG are not adhered to:
- guideline 1.1.1- non-text content – the sites do not present the user with a text alternative for non-text content in all areas of the site;
- guideline 2.4.1 – bypass Blocks – the sites have not deployed the mechanism to bypass blocks of content that are repeated on multiple web pages.
Accordingly, the sites adhere to all W3C Priority 1 checkpoints and all most all of the Priority 2 checkpoints as required by the Equality Act 2010. Put simply this covers the following:
- providing text to accompany non-text elements (such as pictures or graphical buttons for navigating) for most areas of the site;
- document organisation for sensibly ordered readability without the need for the accompanying style sheets;
- ensuring all information conveyed through coloured content can be inferred or is available without colour;
- clear and simple labels for the site contents;
- clear delineated changed in the natural text of the documents to other content, such as captions.
We endeavour to comply with the WCAG in terms of accessibility and usability, however it is not always technically possible to do so in all areas of the sites.
Our efforts on a continuing basis are to find mechanisms and solutions to ensure that all areas of the sites are in compliance with the WCAG at the same level to ensure consistent accessibility. In the meantime, should you experience any difficulties accessing our sites, please contact us, so we can assist further.
The sites have been designed and tested to support a wide variety of web browsers and versions. However you may experience formatting problems on some of the old browsers , such as Internet Explorer 7, and therefore we recommend that you use the latest available version of your particular web browser software. You can usually check which version you have by selecting the following on your browser options: About > Help Menu.
Making your text size smaller or larger
You can change the text size using your browser options:
In Internet Explorer:
You can change the text size in Internet Explorer by selecting View>Text size then choosing your preferred text size from ‘Smallest’ to ‘Largest’. The default setting is ‘Medium’.
You can change the text size in Firefox by selecting View>Text size then choosing ‘Increase’ or ‘Decrease’. The default setting is ‘Normal’.
You can change the text size in Opera by selecting View>Zoom then choosing the image size to view the site. This increases the size of the entire site.
You can change the text size in Mozilla/Netscape by selecting View>Text size then choosing a larger or smaller ‘percentage’ or click on ‘smaller’ or ‘larger’ to increase or decrease the size.
Changing your computer screen setting:
You can change the size of the image shown on your screen on a PC running the Windows 95 and upwards operating system by selecting Start>Settings>Control Panel>Display>Settings and change the desktop area by using the sliding bar.
All pages on these sites have been designed to be viewed in a single screen width with any computers set for a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or more.
If you suffer from any disability and have any comments or questions regarding the accessibility of our sites, please do not hesitate to contact us. We welcome feedback to email@example.com and will endeavour to ensure that our site is accessible for you.