Our pages are designed so that they can be viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, on screens with higher definition the contents appear as a central block.
The coding of our pages has been validated by W3C software. Page structure is conveyed using standard header elements that should be easily identified by screen reader software.
An external CSS is used on our website and relative font sizes on all text with the exception of graphical text. This allows text to be easily increased or decreased in size by your browser. The CSS has also been validated by W3C software.
Neither scripts or images convey critical information. All script based navigation has a text navigation equivalent. No information is exclusively conveyed using colour.
Most of our links open in the same window and where a link opens a new window it will be preceeded by this small icon which has text that is collected by screen reader software.
We do not use Access Keys as we agree with the view point of Nomensa that they do not fulfil their original intent ...
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We are working towards complying with all priorities of the WCAG as defined by the WAI. We intend to continue improvements to ensure all sites we deliver meet these guidelines and this website has been designed with accessibility principles in mind.
We test all our designs across these commonly used browsers:
If you have difficulty accessing any element of our website or have comments or feedback, you are welcome to ...
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