Website accessibility means that all people can use VisitLincoln.com and the web to its full potential, providing equal access and equal opportunity to people with diverse abilities.
Web accessibility also supports social inclusion for people with disabilities as well as others, such as older people, people in rural areas, and people in developing countries.
We are constantly improving the functionality of the website. However, if you find any problems, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) so that you may customise the presentation to suit your preferences. All the information can be viewed without styles and the text size is relative, allowing you to adjust the size of the text in your browser.
Whilst every effort is made to ensure the whole site meets WCAG 2.0 priority 2 (AA), there may be some pages that do not conform to all the guidelines. This is an ongoing process and some content may not yet reach the standards in all areas.
Website Accessibility Help
The BBC’s My Web My Way website has some useful information and help for computer users with accessibility needs. It includes instructions on how to make your computer speak on screen text, how to make text larger, how to turn off images, and more.
We welcome suggestions and feedback to improve accessibility on this website. If you are experiencing any difficulties accessing the information set out on our pages, please email us at email@example.com.