Equal Status StatementView the Mayo County Council Equal Status Statement.
The site is designed in accordance with the W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and conforms to most priority 1, 2 and 3 checkpoints. Our goal is to meet WAI Level A compliance on all webpages. WAI Level AA (Double A) and AAA (Triple A) compliance will be met whenever possible and “Double A” is the minimum target goal for webpage accessibility.
We have provided the following accessibility features to make the website more accessible:
- Use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for layout control of presentation
- All images have corresponding alternative text
- All data tables and forms contain additional mark-up that may help assistive technologies such as screen readers
- Skip link navigation to allow visually impaired users to easily move around on a web page.
- All documents are marked up appropriately, with meaningful links and correct heading structures.
If you find that a page (or pages) of this website are difficult to use, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with details about the page and the problem(s) it presents for you. We will attempt to provide a solution to make the website more accessible to you.
All new content published to the site is published in accessible HTML, wherever possible.
Mayo County Library's online catalogue:
Mayo County Library is committed to making our online content as accessible as possible. However, the Library's online catalogue is provided by an external supplier and may not currently achieve the accessibility standards we set for online library content. We are working towards providing a fully accessible catalogue but if you experience any difficulty accessing the catalogue, please contact any of our library branches where library staff will be delighted to assist you. You will find full contact details for all Mayo libraries in the "Find a Branch" section of this website.
A Note on PDF and Microsoft Word Format Documents
The website uses W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) technologies wherever possible. However there remains a number of documents that use the Portable Document Format (PDF) and/or Microsoft Word.
While we have attempted to provide accessible alternatives for these documents you may find certain documents on this site are available only in these formats, which require you to download and install the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software. If you cannot access the information in any PDF or Word document please email email@example.com or phone us at (094) 9047924.