Smart Repair IT is committed to making its website accessible to people with disabilities. We have taken the necessary steps to ensure compliance with applicable laws and regulations, such as the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1 AA).

Our Commitment

Our goal is to provide a website that is accessible to everyone, regardless of their ability. We believe in inclusivity and strive to make sure that all visitors are able to access the content on our site. To achieve this, we have implemented the following best practices:

  • Use of meaningful and descriptive alt text for all images and non-text content
  • Clear and consistent navigation labels and page titles
  • Use of high-contrast colors and clear typography
  • Keyboard accessibility to navigate the website
  • Descriptive and informative link text
  • Captioning and transcripts for video or audio content
  • Structure and design of content to ensure compatibility with assistive technologies
  • Regular training for our website development team on accessibility standards and guidelines

Barriers Addressed

We recognize that people with different abilities may encounter different barriers when accessing digital content. Our website has been designed with consideration to the following types of disabilities:

  • Visual disabilities
  • Cognitive disabilities
  • Motor disabilities

Assistive Technologies

We have taken measures to ensure that our website is compatible with the latest assistive technologies. Users may benefit from the following tools when accessing our site:

  • Screen readers
  • Keyboard navigation
  • Text-to-speech software
  • Voice recognition software
  • Magnification tools

How to Interact with Our Site

We encourage our users to interact with our site in a way that works best for them. Here are some tips on how to navigate the site:

  • Use tab key to navigate through links and interactive elements
  • Use arrow keys to scroll up, down, left, and right
  • Use Ctrl and “+” or “–” to increase or decrease the font size
  • Use Ctrl and “0” to reset the font size
  • Use screen reader to read the content

Reporting Accessibility Issues

Despite our best efforts, we recognize that some users may encounter accessibility barriers while using our website. We encourage anyone experiencing such issues to contact us at Please provide your contact information, the web address or title of the page where you encountered the issue, and a brief description of the problem you experienced.