RSABI is a unique Scottish charity dedicated to the relief of hardship and poverty
amongst people who have depended for their livelihoods on the land.
This site uses cascading style sheets for visual layout. If you feel the site is too hard to view, feel free to select, from below, a different look to the site. The accessible link will reverse out colours and increase text size to help with the interpretation of content on the site.
Note: If stylesheets are turned off, or not supported by your browser, the content on this site can still be accessed and read. All fonts are relative allowing users to resize text if required.
Features to enhance the site's accessibility
- All text should be resizable using the browser text resize option. If using Internet Explorer on the PC go to the View menu and select 'Text Size' and choose the appropriate size text, e.g. 'largest'. For users of Safari on the Mac go to the View menu then choose "Make Text Bigger" - All images have been given appropriate alternative text
- A "breadcrumb" trail feature is provided to aid navigation in that is displays the current page’s context within the site structure. The "breadcrumb" trail can be found directly under the banner graphic on each page where the text "Home page" is. On this page it is: Home page -> Contact -> Accessibility
- The accessibility of the site has been tested on a wide range of browsers. Alternative user-defined style sheets can be applied to allow changes in the site's appearance without affecting the readability or accessibility of the information
- A search box on every page
- A link to this accessibility statement on every page
- A link back to this web site's home page on every page.
RSABI, in association with Calligrafix New Media, make every effort to create and maintain a site that is accessible to everyone. However a web site is never static and sometimes pages get modified. If you have problems accessing any page in this site, please contact us stating the address of the page and the problem you encountered.
Or you can write to us at:
Telephone: 01573 229933
Fax: 01573 229934