Putting Disabled Children In The Picture
in the picture: "a state of being fully informed or noticed." The Concise Oxford Dictionary scope - Time to get equal

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Image Bank



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Children's Area



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Site Information

The site is divided into the following main sections:

  • About Us - who we are and what we do.
  • Image Bank - This section contains a series of photographs and illustrations which illustrators can use as the inspiration for their drawing.
  • Stories - This section contains stories written by disabled children and their families and illustrated by professional illustrators.
  • Resources - a range of useful resources designed to inspire and inform illustrators and publishers.
  • Training and Events - up and coming In The Picture events and details of the training offered
  • News - Up-to-date news items.
  • Links - List of useful organisations.
  • Contact Us - Send us your questions, or contact us if you would like further details about In The Picture.
  • Sign Up - What you can do to support the project.
  • Guestbook - this section contains comments, thoughts and ideas sent to In The Picture via the website.

Links to these sections can be found on the left column of each page.

The home button appears near the top left of every page. Alternatively, you can click on the In The Picture logo at the top of the web page to return to the homepage.

Links to other parts of the site are on the right hand side of individual web pages, and also in the main content of the pages.

In addition this website has a site map, this shows the structure of the site and provides links to all pages on the website.

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The site has been built so the main content is separate from the design elements of the site to make it easier to read.

All pages on this site are valid HTML

Valid HTML 4.01 Transitional

Level Double-A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0

Level Double-A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0


The font sizes within the site can be configured by the user easily.

For Internet Explorer
Select "View" from the top bar menu and then choose "Text Size, you are then given the options: Smallest, Smaller, Medium, Larger, and Largest.

For Firefox
Select "View" from the top bar menu and then choose "Text Size" you are then given the options: Increase, Decrease and Normal.

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All content images used in this site include descriptive ALT attributes.

Access Keys

You can also link to the main pages by using Access Keys. Hold down the "Alt" key and then press the "Access Key" (listed below) for the page you want and then press the "Return" key.

Here is a list of the Access Keys used:

Access key 1 - Home
Access key 2 - About Us
Access key 3 - Image Bank
Access key 4 - Stories
Access key 5 - Resources
Access key c - Children's Area
Access key 6 - News
Access key 7 - Links
Access key 8 - Contact Us
Access key 9 - Sign Up
Access key g - Guestbook
Access key 0 - Site Map
Access key i - Site Help

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Scope: About cerebral palsy. For disabled people achieving equality. Time to get equal