We want to make sure our website is accessible to everyone, that's why we're working towards complying with Priority 2 of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. We're continually improving our website to meet these guidelines, and we've designed the site with the following parameters in mind:
Page design: Our pages should be viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
Page structure: We use header elements to structure the pages and make the information clear.
Stylesheets: We use stylesheets to keep font sizes consistent, with the exception of graphical text.
Text: You can increase and decrease the size of text, to make it easier for you to read, by using the 'View' option in your browser.
Images: We use 'Alt' tags that describe what an image is, if you can't see it.
Colour: We avoid using colour exclusively to display information.
Site map: We provide a site map so that you can easily see the structure of the website and how it fits together.
PDF documents: You can read PDF documents with a screen reader. To download a screen reader, visit the Adobe website, or you can use Adobe's online conversion tool.