Add Something Change Something Ltd


At Add Something Change Something, we understand that just because something looks like it is working on the internet, it  doesn't necessarily mean that it is working properly.  We make sure that all products that we roll out look and function the same manner across all browsers:


All images are provided with meaningful ALT tags. Where an image is used for purely decorative purposes ALT tags with empty strings are used.


All navigation menus are marked up as HTML lists. This ensures that the number of links in the list is read out at the start and it can be skipped easily if not required.

Structured HTML

H1 tags are used for main titles and H2 tags for subtitles. Where forms have been used all form controls have been correctly labelled and are placed in the correct position, form fields also follow a logical tab sequence. Where tables are used all rows and column headers have been identified.

Use of JavaScript

All pages are usable when scripts, applets or other programmatic objects are turned off or not supported.

Use of Colours

We have ensured that foreground and background colour combinations provide sufficient contrast when viewed by users with colour blindness and related conditions.

Font/Text Sizes

All fonts used by Add Something Change Something online are safe.  We will not compramise a project by using an non-compliant font, and all text can be manipulated by the user to make bigger or smaller depending on their preference.

To change the size of the text in the most commonly used browsers please follow the instructions below:

In Internet Explorer, select "View" from the top menu bar, then scroll down and select "Text size" and then select your required font size. In Netscape or Mozilla select "View" from the top menu bar, then select "Text zoom" or "Text size" and your required font size.

Style Sheets

Add Something Change Something uses CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to support all visual layouts. If your browser does not support CSS, the use of structured HTML ensures the content is still readable and the website is still usable.


All links have been written to make sense out of context. The order that your links fall is totally up to you, so you can target specific pages at the top of any page