Accessibility

At Colt, we value our customers and believe that the Internet should be friendly and easy-to-use for all customers, including those who are hearing and visually impaired, as well as those with other disabilities. In light of this commitment, please find listed below the specific measures that we will be taking to address this important issue.  Colt websites (the “Websites”) shall:
 

  • Maintain a consistent page layout and navigation method throughout 
  • Use consistent headings and structure throughout
  • Avoid the unnecessary use of icons, graphics and photographs
  • Use plain backgrounds and simple layouts to improve the readability of text
  • Ensure that the foreground and the background colour combinations provide sufficient contrast when viewed by someone with colour deficits or when viewed on a black and white screen
  • Provide a text-only site map
  • Provide every graphic image with an (alternative text) tag with a short description that will be intuitively understood by users. If a graphic image is used for navigation, it will contain a clear text description and directions for the user
  • Provide every graphic image using an image map with alternative text describing the hyperlink’s destination
  • Include photographs that contribute to the content of a page with a long description or a D to denote an alternative description. A return link will be provided on the description page to return the user to the originating page
  • Provide descriptive, intuitive text links and avoid the use of vague references. Also, for important short links (e.g. more) we include a link title for screen readers to provide an informative description / explanation when the pointer moves over the link
  • Include an alternative form of access for online forms, such as an email address or phone number
  • Avoid the use of frames, as they cannot be read intelligently by screen readers (they can create navigation problems and are not supported by all browsers)
  • Include both descriptive text displayed in a linear form across tables, and name the cells as a reference aid
  • Avoid background colours since colour schemes can create problems with legibility 
  • Conduct testing using multiple browsers
  • Include a Print Page Icon function and navigation


If you need more information

It is essential that we continually review our site and modify pages to reduce accessibility issues for people with disabilities, so please don’t hesitate to email us your feedback.

Links to third party sites

Although Colt offers links to third party sites, these sites are not within our control and consequently we can neither be responsible for the content or availability of those sites or those of their partners or advertisers.

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