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This accessibility guide is for staff who manage information on the University website.

The T4 content management system is designed for people to use without html knowledge. Some accessibility information may require familiarity with technical aspects of web design, but we also include important principles that are helpful for all website editors and developers to understand, regardless of their technical expertise.

Accessibility fundamentals

This page offers guidance on web-based content for T4 websites and blogs.

T4: Make your webpages accessible

If you're a T4 user, read these quick Dos and Don'ts for accessible webpages. 

Creating documents

This page contains information on creating word processed and PDF documents.

Creating forms

This page contains information on creating online forms to maximise accessibility.

Videos and captions

Quick ways to create accessible videos, plus guidance on what's required.

Changing page appearance

This page offers guidance on how to change page appearance.

Accessibility statement

Our statement outlines what we are doing to improve our site's accessibility. If you have a site or digital tool that you would like to create a statement for, please email us.

What is web accessibility?

This page introduces web accessibility and links to additional resources.