Upper Carr Caravan Park endeavours to make sure that all websites we create are accessible and usable for everyone, regardless of any physical disability or restricted technology they might have when using our site. Listed below are a number of accessibility features we have incorporated in this website:
Every effort has been made to make the content of the site as clear and concise as possible, accessible using a simple navigation structure. This includes the way the pages look and feel, the colours used, the sizes of the text and images and the linked names and titles. We hope that you enjoy your visit to the Upper Carr Caravan Park website. If you have any feedback or suggestions that would help make our website more user friendly, please contact us.
The site has been designed to for users with screen sizes of between 1200 pixels and 1024 pixels. 95% of all the Upper Carr Caravan Park website visitors have a screen size of this resolution. Thus the site should scale according to the width of your screen or browser. If you are experiencing problems viewing content please contact us.
The site is designed to allow users to change text size depending on their personal preferences.
The site may make use of PDF files (downloadable documents). In order to view these files, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
Every effort has been made to ensure that this website is coded to the highest standard. This means use of XHTML and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to ensure that code is compatible across as many browser versions as possible. The site also adheres to the general spirit of "web standards" by use of semantic markup. We do not use any pop-up technologies, Flash, third party plugins or animated images in order to give our users the best possible experience when viewing the site.
All images on the site have corresponding ALT text provided so that they can be understood by non-visual readers.
Many links have title attributes which describe the link in greater detail, unless the text of the link already fully describes the target. Whenever possible, links are written to make sense out of context.