Juicy Geography has been designed be as accessible as possible but I'm not a web designer, and some of the pages contain unavoidable iframe content and forms.

I tested the site with the Cynthia Says content quality service provided by Hi Software.

With a couple of unavoidable exceptions, the XHTML code and CSS has been validated for every page in order to ensure proper cross browser and platform compatibility.

Access keys are not provided, but the text can be easily resized in your web browser. The BBC My Web My Way page has more information on how to make websites easier to see. Alternative stylesheets can be selected from the home page.

The footer of each page in the website contains links to test the conformance of each page to web standards in code (xhtml) presentation (ccs) and accessiblity (aaa) More information about web standards and why they are important.