This page contains information on facilities available from the site including methods of navigation and links to sites giving accessibility advice and information on browsing the site with screen reader equipment, plus details about accesskeys and advice on browser accessibility options e.g. making text larger.
This page is available from every page on the Wrexham Council web site.
The Wrexham County Borough Council Website provides a comprehensive source of information about the Council and it's services, and serves to promote Wrexham as an innovative and interesting area to live, visit and invest in.
Whilst the website has been designed to be as accessible to as many users as possible, the pages have been optimised to be best viewed with your screen resolution set to 1024x768 pixels and using browsers Internet Explorer (version 6 or above), Firefox, Safari or Opera. To get the best from the colour images contained on these pages we recommend you view with a colour depth greater than 256 colours.
The site can be navigated in the following ways:
Using the content navigation menu to link to the main content sections on the site, such as the Council or Leisure and Tourism
Using the global site navigation at the beginning of every page:
Accessibility:links to this screen
Home: links to the Wrexham Council website Homepage
Site Map: links to the Site Contents page containing an overview of the website structure and links to content areas
Frequently Asked Questions: links to the index of the most frequently asked questions about Wrexham Council
Contact Us: links to a contact details page and online feedback forms
Languages: links to a page which allows automated translations of this website into other languages
A-Z Index provides contact details in alphabetical order for the Council Services you are interested in.
Some pages also have an extra content menu, to allow users to navigate to main sections or specific topics of interest within the subject area currently being viewed
Wrexham Council is committed to making its web site as accessible as possible to users with disabilities, including users who may be blind or partially sighted. We also make sure that those users who have reading difficulties are able to use the site.
Wrexham County Borough Council was the first local authority website in the United Kingdom to be awarded the Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB)'s 'See It Right' Accessible Website logo.
The logo is given by the RNIB to websites which RNIB have formally assessed and which provide a high standard of accessibility.
The design of our website includes a number of accessibility features including:
the site also publishes documents in Microsoft Word format.
To view and print Microsoft Word files, you must either have Word installed on your PC or you can download Microsoft Word Viewer software
We are working to improve the accessibility features of www.wrexham.gov.uk,
and welcome your suggestions and comments.
If you encounter any accessibility or technical problems when using this site, please e-mail the Web Development team: email@example.com or complete the online feedback form.