Future is committed to making its websites accessible to all. We
are therefore working towards achieving the internationally recognised
W3C Web Content Accessibility 'AA' Standard.
W3C are the World Wide Web Consortium, an international
consortium whose member organisations work together to produce
standards for the Web. The W3C accessibility standards assist users of
the web to perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the Web.
Our accessibility features
The current version of this website employs the following
- Internet Explorer 8+
- Firefox 10+
- Safari 4+
- Opera 10+
The size of the text on the MusicRadar site can be changed by
holding down the shift key and either using your mouse scroll wheel to
increase/decrease the text size.
Alternatively, go to view/text size in your toolbar to select
whether to increase or decrease your text size.
In designing the MusicRadar site, we have tried to make the
colour contrast as high as possible to ensure legibility.
Images on the MusicRadar site should have descriptive alt tags.
What we are trying to do better?
We have already identified the following areas of our website for
- Accessible style sheets
- Navigation skip links
Following completion of the beta phase, the site will undergo an
accessibility test. Any new requirements will be built into the site on
an ongoing basis.
If you would like a transcript of video content on the MusicRadar site
please email us
Get in touch
If you experience any difficulty accessing the content on this website
or you have any other comments or feedback, we'd be glad to hear
from you. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call us on [+44 1225 44 22 44] or write to our online team at
[MusicRadar, Future Publishing, Quay House, The Ambury,
Bath, BA1 1UA].