Dublin City Council is working towards full compliance with NDA guidelines for public bodies (equivalent to W3C AA level or higher). We endeavour to provide a website www.dublindocklands.ie
accessible to everyone, including people with disabilities.
We use the popular Drupal CMS which is committed to ensuring that all core Drupal features conform to W3C AA level.
Although we want the entire site to be NDA compliant, there are some instances where content does not meet these standards. The most prominent of these are listed below - see Accessibility Exclusions.
The following content is not compliant to the standards of the NDA:
'Find a planning application' search feature
Whilst effort has been made to improve the accessibility of many of the attached documents (pdfs), there are some documents that may not be compliant to the standards of the NDA.
This site may contain links to other websites outside of our control. Dublin City Council is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such websites. We do not follow your browsing path outside of our website.
We have ensured that the website display is set for optimal viewing on the latest version of standard browsers including:
- Internet Explorer version 10 and 11
- Mozilla Firefox version 45 and 46
- Google Chrome version 49 and 50
If a user does not have one of these, we recommend an upgrade to one of the above.
A responsive website design approach was used and will adapt the layout for usage though mobile devices and tablets. The website supports:
- iOS iPhone 6
- iOS iPhone 5S
- iPad 2 (5.0)
- iPad 3RD (6.0)
- iPad Mini
- Samsung Galaxy S5 (4.4)
- Samaung Note 4 (4.4)
- Google Nexus 9 (5.1)
- Google Nexus 7 (4.4)
Increasing the text size and changing contrast
If a user finds that the text on this site is too small of the contrast setting needs adjustment, this can easily be changed by locating the built in text re-sizing and contrasting function which is found to the top of all pages. The text size call also be adjusted within the users browser.
Cookies are small items of code placed on a user’s computer by a website, are vital to the functioning of the modern web. Cookies allow website operators to determine how users browse their sites and are a technical prerequisite for the operation of more advanced websites, such as those which require their users to log-in.
When using this website, if you find content that you cannot use because of accessibility reasons, please feel free to contact us. We will then try to satisfy your requirement by some other means.