THEPFA.COM – ACCESSIBILITY POLICY
The Professional Footballers’ Association is committed to ensuring that its website is accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities. Accessibility guidelines have been an integral part of the design and development process from the outset. We have taken all steps possible to make sure this web site is accessible to all. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site, please contact us, since we are continually striving to improve the experience for all visitors.
This site aims to comply with Priority 1 and Priority 2 of the W3C accessibility guidelines. We operate a system of continuous improvement to ensure the guidelines are met.
If you find the text on this site is too small, you can change it easily in your browser settings. To do this you should simply adjust your browser's settings by going to the Tools menu, selecting 'text size', 'text zoom' or 'zoom' and increasing the size of the text.
If you use Mozilla Firefox, scroll the net bar to increase/decrease the text size.
If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to the View menu, select Text Size and then either Larger or Largest.
The dynamic site map provides a continuously updated overview of the Professional Footballers’ Association’s website structure, helping orientation within the site layout and therefore easing navigation.
Some documents on this website are in PDF (Portable Document Format). To read them you will require Adobe Acrobat viewer which can be downloaded from http://www.adobe.com. If you need further information about Adobe accessibility, visit http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/index.html
If you any accessibility issues or problems, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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