Our commitment to access for all
Elsewhere Bank strives to build websites and applications that are accessible to all users, including people with disabilities. Since 2001, we have worked to make our web content available to as many people as possible.
Current accessibility elements include:
- Alternative text detail for appropriate images and other non-text elements.
- Title attributes for additional information about critical links and images.
- Standard notation and style indicating all PDF files and their size.
- All PDF files are properly tagged to provide a structured, textual representation of the PDF content when interpreted by screen readers.
- Structural markup to indicate headings and lists to aid in page comprehension and search engine optimization.
- Association of form fields with labels to improve usability for people using assistive devices such as screen readers.
- The association of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) with the correct media type to enhance appearance and usability.
- If CSS technology is not available, proper structural markup ensures that the content will still be easily understood.
Testing and improving
This website is monitored and tested regularly to identify any usability issues as well as improve accessibility according to the following guidelines:
- World Wide Web Consortium
- Web Accessibility Initiative
- Section 508 of the United States Rehabilitation Act
Recommended web browsers
If you are having problems viewing this site, or suspect that it is not displaying properly, you may want to upgrade to the latest version of a compliant web browser:
Your opinion counts
As we continue to improve our website, any updates will be included on this page. If you have comments or questions, you can contact us directly.