We want our web site to be as easy to use as possible for everyone including people with disabilities. This page should hopefully answer any questions you may have on this issue
To get the best from the colour images contained on these pages we recommend you view with a colour depth greater than 256 colours.
We use a common design throughout rather than providing text only pages for disabled users. You can change the text sizes and colour to suit your needs.
All images and graphical navigation buttons in our site are given appropriate alternative text descriptions ("ALT texts"), as required by internationally-recognised web accessibility guidelines
To aid users of text-only and audio browsers we have included a hidden accessibility feature, which enables the user to "skip over" the main page navigation buttons (rather then having to tab through them manually at the start of every page). This means you can jump immediately down to the main content of the page.
Additionally we have programmed each page with some "Access keys
", this means that by clicking on "Alt + 1" and then "return" you will go straight to the Homepage. Just make sure that your browser is compatible.
We try to ensure that each page is correctly constructed from valid HTML and CSS. If you believe you've found a page that does not validate, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org
with a link to the relevant page and we shall endeavour to correct it.