Without freedom, no one really has a name.Milton Acorda
UFree Network is dedicated to ensure the website is accessible for everyone who would like to visit, read or share information. This is an on-going process, which we will update regularly.
Installed within the website are text – and text + keys, which when pressed, making the text smaller or larger for comfortable reading.
Access keys have not been used for the UFree website, in case there is a clash between personal access keys on visitor’s keyboards and ours.
There are navigation aids coming soon under ‘Sitemap’ on the homepage. The homepage is very easily accessible from anywhere on the website, via the menu bar at the top of each page.
Under the heading ‘Publications’ on the homepage, there are a variety of UFree publications available for download. These can be very easily downloaded by clicking on them, and are viewable by Adobe Reader, which allows easy management of PDF documents. Adobe Reader can be downloaded for free at http://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/otherversions/
We have a number of external links on the ‘International Laws’ page; the text on these pages can be enlarged or made smaller using your keyboard access keys.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any concerns, comments, advice or would like to give feedback on user accessibility of the website. If you encounter any problems, please email us with details of the problem.