Our site is designed in accordance with Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines and we aim to meet a minimum of Level A compliance, and Level AA and AAA wherever possible.
All our website pages use structured semantic XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for presentation.
Text can be scaled by changing the browser settings or by using your mouse wheel.
Verdana and Arial is used throughout for body text as it is easier to read onscreen.
We try to deliver information as clearly as possible, avoiding jargon and technical speak.
Images and graphics
Rollover descriptions for content images (ALT tags), and also for links (TITLE tags) wherever possible.
The use of Flash and frames is minimised on our website as it can cause problems for screen readers and special browsers.
Hyperlinks are clearly indicated and descriptive.
Navigation is consistent and logical throughout the site, to help you access the information you need as swiftly as possible.
Our website is designed to fit an 800 x 600 screen to minimise vertical scrolling.