We understand that everyone's requirements can differ greatly. This is true too, with regards to how individuals use a website. Because of this we have tried to make this website accessible. The following information should help you to find out how you can enhance your time on this website.
If you have any difficulties accessing the website, you find an error in our coding or you have a suggestion as to how we can improve the website, please contact us.
Changing text size There are two ways to change the text size to suit your own requirements: Use the links towards the top right of your browser window - you can choose from Default, Medium or Large. Your choice is then stored either as a cookie or a session. This means that your choice of text size is 'remembered' as you travel through the website and also on subsequent visits to the website.
We have tried to conform to the following: W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines priority 1, 2, and 3 guidelines - also known as Level AAA; XHTML 1.0 Strict - follow the link to test this page; CSS 2.0. If do you find any coding errors, please send us a note.
How we designed the website
All text has been given a relative font size, allowing you to resize the text if you want to; structure and presentation are completely separated; all images have been assigned descriptive ALT text; any decorative images are either included in the CSS document or have an empty ALT attribute.