- The Sewerby Hall and Gardens Home Page can be accessed by clicking the logo at the top left.
- This is the' Site Guide' page.
- The 'Help' page provides links to all Plug-Ins that optimise website viewing.
- The 'Website Feedback' page allows you to get in touch with the Web Team regarding any website issues.
- 'Kids at Sewerby' links to a special site just for children. You can return back to the main Sewerby Hall and Gardens Home Page by clicking the logo at the top left.
- The main site navigation can be found on the right. Each title is a dropdown menu.
- Some content pages contain links which are listed at the top (as above). These are 'Anchor' links which take you to specific information within that page.
- 'Back to Top' buttons (as below) take you back to the top of the page to make another selection.
- The East Riding of Yorkshire Council Website can be accessed by clicking the Council logo at the bottom right.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is committed to making their websites as accessible as possible to users with disabilities, including users who may be blind, partially sighted, or have a physical disability.
The design of our website includes a number of accessibility features including:
- The use of Cascading Style Sheets and a method known as 'liquid design.' This ensures that all content remains visible regardless of screen size or device.
- The ability to specify the font sizes, styles and colours, and foreground and background colours of Web pages displayed on your computer screen, even if the author of the Web page has already specified these. You can also specify the colour used to indicate links in Web pages, or a special colour for links that is used only when the mouse passes over the link.
This is useful if you have low vision, need larger fonts, or need high-contrast colours. You can set Internet Explorer to use the colours and fonts you specify, your default Windows colours and fonts, or the settings you specify in your own style sheet. For more information - visit our Advice on Browser Accessibility Options page.
- A common design throughout rather than providing text only pages for disabled users, and allowing text sizes and colours to be changed to suit the users needs.
- Ensuring all images used in our site are given appropriate alternative text descriptions ("ALT texts"), as required by internationally-recognised Web Accessibility Guidelines. All graphical navigation buttons are similarly ALT-tagged.
- We strictly avoid the use of framesets throughout the main council website.
- This site uses PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file format for the publication of large and complex documents. Please note that Adobe Acrobat documents can be converted back to plain text using Adobe's Web-based conversion service.
This website is best viewed using browser versions 5 or above (Internet Explorer & Netscape Navigator), but the site can still be viewed by earlier browsers, although some styling features will not display. To get the best from the colour images contained on these pages we recommend you view with a colour depth greater than 256 colours.
If you have any suggestions, questions or complaints about this website, please complete our Feedback Form which will be sent directly to the Web Team.