This website validates as XHTML 1.1, and uses CSS for all layout and design purposes. All pages on this site were designed to meet WAI accessibility Level A or Priority 1 guidelines, and where possible all guidelines at Level AA or Priority 2 and Level AAA or Priority 3.
Site mark-up is clean and structured to support those using browsers that cannot display images and visual styles.
This website is designed to allow those using screen readers or non graphical browsers to follow descriptive links to website content. Where possible links contain title tags to further describe where specific links lead and we have used access keys on top level navigation links to assist those who can only use a keyboard to interact with the web.
To change the text size of this website you can press ‘ Ctrl ‘ and ‘ + ‘ to increase the text size, ‘ Ctrl ‘ and ‘ – ‘ to decrease the text size. ‘ Ctrl ‘ and ‘ 0 ‘ returns you to the default ‘normal’ size. Alternatively you can hold ‘ Ctrl ‘ and use the scroll wheel of your mouse to increase or decrease the text size of this website.
Cross browser support
The web is a fast paced dynamic medium with web browsers and standards updated on a regular basis. We have worked hard to ensure this site conforms to the latest standards and works with as many web browsers and platforms as possible. At launch we tested the output of the site in the following: Mozilla Firefox (version 3.0 on PC and Mac) Microsoft Internet Explorer (versions 6.2, 7.0 on PC) Google Chrome (version 0.2 on PC) Opera (version 8.0 on PC)
If you have any comments or queries about our website or encounter any issues while using the site, please contact us.