Open 4

Accessibility Statement

Keyboard Controls

Screen Reader Navigation

Visitors using recent versions of screen readers can navigate using the following keystrokes:

Headings

'H' to cycle forwards through the headings

'Shift' + 'H' to cycle backwards through the headings

'1' to navigate to the next level 1 heading (or a number between 1 and 6 to navigate to the next heading on this level)

'Shift' + '1' to navigate to the previous level 1 heading (or a number between 1 and 6 to navigate to the previous heading on this level)

'Insert' + 'F6' to provide a list of all headings

Links

Press the 'Tab' key to proceed through the links or 'Shift' + 'Tab' to cycle backwards through the links.

'Insert' + 'F7' to provide a list of all links

Landmarks

For JAWS 10-12 landmark keyboard navigation in virtual mode is:

next landmark ; (semi-colon)

previous landmark SHIFT + ; (semi-colon)

list landmarks CTRL + INS + ; (semi-colon

For NVDA 2011.2 the landmark keyboard combination in virtual buffer mode is:

next landmark D

previous landmark shift + D

list landmarks (and list/headings) NVDA + F7

VoiceOver users can navigate a page via landmarks by choosing 'landmarks' in the 'web rotor', then finger flicking up or down will move to the next or previous landmark.

Changing the colour and font of the display

This site does not currently offer alternate colour schemes, however, you can use the controls in your browser to change the size of the text or the colour of the display.

For example, to override website font and colour settings in Internet Explorer:

Open Internet Explorer by clicking the Start button, and then clicking Internet Explorer.

Click the Tools button, and then click Internet Options.

Click the General tab, and then click Accessibility.

Select the Ignore colors specified on web pages, Ignore font styles specified on web pages, and Ignore font sizes specified on web pages check boxes, and then click OK twice.

Accessibility Statement

Open4.channel4.com/ aims to provide a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. We are actively working to increase the accessibility and usability of our website and in doing so we've been using the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 Level AAA.

Accessibility Highlights

The colour contrast of text conforms WCAG AAA standard.

There are text alternatives for all non-text content - except for video content – see limitations below.

Keyboard navigation has been carefully considered and tested - see keyboard controls.

There is a skip to content link.

Focused elements are clearly highlighted.

We have avoided moving / autoplaying content.

To help you enjoy this content in a variety of platforms it has been designed to be mobile friendly, and resize for a variety of screen sizes and devices.

Accessibility Limitations

Due to certain constraints, we have had to include technologies and features that cause accessibility issues.

Video player - whilst this has some accessibility features, it is not fully accessible.

Video content - it has not been possible to provide closed captions on the video content shown on the site.

Example.com does not assume responsibility for third party applications.

Let us know if you have difficulties using this site

If you find anything on the site difficult to use please let us know. Full details on contacting us can be found at 4Viewers. Please don't forget to mention that you are contacting 4Viewers regarding the Example.com website.