Please note that this page relates to the accessibility of the Bawd Hall website. For information on accessibility of the property itself, please visit the access information page.
We have tried to ensure the Bawd Hall website is accessible to all audiences, including those with visual impairments or other disabilities. We have worked hard to get the website to comply with all priority 1 rules set out by the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
All pages on this site make use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). Other than certain slideshows which are not essential content, all content remains readable without the use of Style Sheets; in some cases “esc” may be required to close dialog boxes if “x” icons are missing.
Links have been written to make sense out of context.
All images include an "alt" attribute. All images are optimised to reduce file size without compromising quality. This is to facilitate fast download times for all users, regardless of the speed of their internet connection. However, users with only a dial-up connection may experience extended download times on certain pages
The website has been designed to be responsive and has been tested in all major browsers and on a variety of mobile devices.