| Accessibility improvements to the CSA web site
|| 15th September 2003
Credit where credit is due. The web site for the "new scheme" of the child support agency has been upgraded to make it much more accessible for people who can't use conventional browsers. This includes people who use "readers" because of impaired vision and/or who rely upon keyboard navigation because they can't use a mouse. The "new scheme" web site now conforms to a range of globally-recognised standards developed with such accessibility in mind.
Child Support Analysis will examine the CSA's "new scheme" web site using IBM's "Home Page Reader", a commonly-used "reader" for people with browsing problems. (Comments will be sent directly to the DWP Internet and Design Team rather than be publicised here).
As well as this upgrade, the URLs of pages on the "new scheme" web site have changed. This Child Support Analysis web site now uses the new URLs.
Accessibility features of the CSA's "new scheme" web site