On 3 November 2010 the coastal tram website received the AnySurfer label. That is a quality label for websites that are accessible for everyone, even people with a physical limitation (for example the blind, elderly, Internet users with a motor or auditive handicap).
Here are a few examples of our efforts to make this website accessible. The changes were tested in Internet Explorer 6 and 7, Firefox and Safari.
All website pages are structured and constructed semantically (for example H1 for titles, H2 for subtitles).
Images are provided with an alt-attribute that describes the content.
When printing a page a print version is generated. When printing, a print-friendly version will automatically be sent to the printer. All navigation that is only useful on the screen is left out.
Data tables have table headers.
Certain parts of our website (still) are not accessible or not completely.
The PDF files with timetables are not accessible. Timetables are opened via our online route planner.
In practice it is impossible to make these plans accessible for the blind and seriously visually impaired.
Not all of the magazines, folders and brochures on our website are (completely) accessible. We strive to offer the content as a web text whenever possible and to add the folder or brochure as a supplement.
Do you have questions or comments about the accessibility of our website? Please let us know. Based on your reactions we can further optimise the accessibility of our website. You can reach us