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Add accessibility information to the website #1025
I was looking into a shop I'd like to go to and found accessibility info in a google review, but not on the website. Went looking at the DoES website and on my phone, I can't find anything. We mention bike storage (good!) but not accessibility - which is silly, because we're very decent in that respect, and willing to work to make things better.
I can't remember how much I put on the wiki, and I can't seem to access it just now (suspected user error) but I'm willing to write the content, maybe run it by @cheapjack in case I'm missing anything.
Just because often, if that information is hard to find, I'll just not go rather than contact them/most often get a limp response that it's impossible for some reason or another.
...Well that was a weird time to come across the "invalid" label and completely misinterpret it!
Just assigned to @willcrobinson hopefully you can add the accessible icon (http://accessibleicon.org) and some text to the front page, and is it possible for those sections to link to another page? The wiki page on accessibility would seem to make sense. I'll suggest the following text but perhaps @Robotorium you might have a better idea:
Looks brilliant. Op wo 9 jan. 2019 om 11:57 schreef Will Robinson <firstname.lastname@example.org>:…
Create accessibility page (https://doesliverpool.com/accessibility/) and have linked to it from the front page. I've also added a link to the footer of the website. — You are receiving this because you were mentioned. Reply to this email directly, view it on GitHub <#1025 (comment)>, or mute the thread <https://github.com/notifications/unsubscribe-auth/Ac7H3pM8L6Y2BTTOcZkZvPVA2D-pFfcMks5vBdkQgaJpZM4Zy4D6> .