This website has been designed to ensure easy accessibility for all users whatever their ability on a computer. You may be required to review certain specifications to enhance your user experience.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines

All pages on the Scott Rees website conform to at least Level A compliance as specified by the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. Please remember that these are guidelines and as such, some warnings may not be applicable.

Structured semantic mark-ups

All pages on the Scott Rees website are validated as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, utilises standardised CSS and a structured semantic mark-up.

Photos, infographics and images

All photos, infographics and images on the Scott Rees website are alt-tagged to include a text description, which complies with the internationally recognised Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. NULL alt texts are used for graphical images that are for decoration only.


All hyperlinks, both internal and external, on the Scott Rees website should have title attributes describing the link in greater detail.

Text size adjustment

If you are using a windows computer with a scrolling mouse; to adjust the size of the text on your browser you have to hold down the ‘Ctrl’ key on the web page you want to alter and use the mouse scroll to zoom in or out. For further information on how to change your text size on your computer, the BBC have produced a concise guide for this.

Accessibility issues

If you are having difficulties using the Scott Rees website and would like some help on this matter, feel free to contact us and we will be glad to assist you. If you feel the website is lacking in any way, please contact us to let us know as we welcome constructive criticism and feedback from our users.