Marry Me Films are committed to meeting the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act and we are making every effort to ensure our communications are accessible to those with special needs, including those with visual, hearing, cognitive and motor impairments.
We have strived to make this website adhere to priority 1, 2 and 3 guidelines of the W3 Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Most modern browsers support jumping to specific links by typing an 'access key'. On Windows, you do this by pressing ALT + the access key; on Macintosh, you press Control + the access key. Here are the Access Keys for this websites pages.
- Marry Me Films Homepage = Q
- A Little About Us = W
- Sample Wedding Films =E
- Wedding Film Package =R
- What you Say = T
- Wedding Venues = Y
- Wedding Shows = U
- FAQ's = P
- Our Partners = A
- Showreel = S
- Contact Us = D
- Legal = J
- Site Map = G
- Find Us On Facebook = X
- Follow Us On Twitter = Z
- Watch Our Wedding Film Trailers On Vimeo = V
We continually make efforts to minimise the number of PDFs on the site. Where they appear, they are accompanied by a link to the Adobe site where you can download free Acrobat Reader software, allowing you to view these documents. Adobe has recently updated its free reader to include screenreading functionality.
Decorative and functional images feature null ALT attributes. Other images on the site include descriptive ALT attributes.
The site is free of frames and uses a cascading style sheet for visual layout. Tables are used for tabular data, but we have avoided using them to dictate the layout of a page wherever possible.
The stylesheet uses relative font sizes and is written to display pages correctly in most commonly-used browsers. In early versions of browsers there may be some small differences in layout but this does not effect the flow of the website.
Most modern browsers have an option to increase the size of viewable text. This is generally located in the top toolbar of your browser under the 'View' option. You can also use the CTRL key with the '+' plus key (to make text larger) or the '-' minus key (to make text smaller)