Oculoplastic Surgery is committed to ensuring that our website is accessible to people with disabilities. We seek to ensure that our website meets Level AA success criteria from the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiatives (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). These guidelines are the internationally recognized benchmark for building accessible websites. The Oculoplastic Surgery website has been developed using code compliant with W3C standards to display adequately on commonly used browsers and to be compatible with commonly used screen readers.
Pages on our website are being reviewed periodically by our trained staff and automatically with the help of axe: the Accessibility Engine software, to evaluate for compliance to accessibility guidelines. This is an ongoing process to improve the content accessibility of our website and issues that might come to us are being taken care of.
Should you have any difficulty accessing the content of this site or have accessibility concerns, please contact using this form or if you would prefer not to use the form, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accessibility features of this website
If you find the text is too hard to read because of its color, please use the style switcher button available in the upper left side of every page. It will change the texts on our website and its background so that it can be read by people with moderately low vision
If you find the text on this site is too small, you can change it easily with a built-in zoom feature available in every modern browser. To do this select the appropriate option from the web browser menu or use the following keyboard combination
- Zoom in: Ctrl +
- Zoom out: Ctrl –
All moving, blinking, scrolling and auto-updating elements on our website have an option to stop them right next to them.
Each video and audio file on our website has its own volume control available at the bottom right side of the media player.