A text-only site map provides links to all the main areas and sub-areas of the site in a more accessible format.
If an image is used for any link, techniques are used to keep the text within the code so they are still text-friendly for screen readers, text-based browsers and for those who browse with styles sheets turned off.
All links are a standard bold and/or underlined font so they are easily distinguished from regular text and headlines that are not clickable.
Link content text is contextual when possible (eg. Instead of 'more', the link will read 'Click here to view photos of the Xavier College Video Scoreboard in our Project Gallery') to make navigation clearer for users and screen readers.
A text description has been added to each image within <alt> and/or <title> tags. This will assist screen readers and users who browse the internet with images off.
The Axent site is continually maintained to keep up-to-date with accessibility standards via validator.w3.org
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Some tools online make it easier for people with disabilities to view and navigate web content.
axent.com.au is continually tested and modified to maintain accessibility standards.