For the users’ convenience, IACAD is keen to take into account the application of the World Wide Web Standards (W3C), in the design of the site, and determine the shape and overall impression, in order to make browsing easier, and to facilitate accessing the information in a smooth and fast way, particularly, for Empowering People.
Listen to the content of the page by clicking play on ReadSpeaker.
If you have trouble reading text, you may enlarge or reduce the size of the font by clicking on the icon (A+) or (A-) below.
Use the toggle below to switch the contrast.
How a screenreader interprets the elements on a page (Image ALT tags, and title tags for links); Ways to change your web browser operates, to make things easier for people who are blind.
The colours and the contrast between colours; the size of text; the choice of fonts
How any audio content is represented graphically (for example, including subtitles or signing on video content)
These guides explain ways to change how your computer or web browser operates, to make things easier for people who have difficulty with words.
The ease with which someone can navigate to parts of the page, for instance, by tabbing; auto-completion of forms.