We’re committed to making our web site as accessible as possible and we support the Web Accessibility Initiative.
We regularly review and update our site to ensure that it meets the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C, the web’s governing body) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).
The WCAG is a set of guidelines designed to ensure that web sites are designed and written so that:
The Cashplus site can be used without a mouse. Each page link on the main navigation menu can be accessed with its own Access Key. These shortcuts can be used with simple keyboard or voice commands (if you have the appropriate software).
If you use the Windows operating system, you can hold down the ALT key (‘Ctrl’+‘Alt‘ if using Safari) and then press the number that’s associated with that page link. So to access the Home Page, you would press ‘ALT’ and the number ‘1’. If this doesn‘t take you to the page, you may have to press the ‘ENTER‘ key as well. If you have a Mac, you can use the Access Keys by holding down ‘Ctrl’ and pressing a number key (‘Ctrl’+‘Alt’ if using Safari).
|0||A reference list of accessibility keys (this page)|
|1||The Cashplus homepage|
|2||Go to the "How it works" section|
|3||Go to the "Benefits" section|
|4||Go to the "Apply now" section|
|5||Go to the "Activate card" section|
|6||Go to the "Cashplus extras" section|
|7||Go to the "Top up card" section|
|8||Go to the "Customer help" section|
|9||Go to the "Contact us" section|
You can change the text size on our site to make it either larger or smaller using your browser settings. Some browsers allow you to magnify the whole page.
You can change the text size via your browser settings by following the step by step instructions for the type of browser you have below:
The Cashplus web site uses cascading style sheets for presentation. This means that you‘re able to override the site’s colours by changing your browser settings.
A consistent heading structure has been used so that page information is compatible with screen readers.
We’ve taken care to ensure that foreground and background colours on the Cashplus site contrast effectively.
All graphics and images contain descriptive alt tag attributes (alternative text). Where an image has no importance, the alt tag is set to null to make the Cashplus site easier to read.
All links within the Cashplus site have been written to make sense when taken out of context. Where appropriate, we’ve also added information to let you know if the link will open a new window or if additional software is required to be able to view something.