We are committed to making this website accessible and usable for all, regardless of technological or physical impairments.
The site has been designed to aid both usability and accessibility and will be continually checked against these priorities to ensure accordance levels are met wherever possible.
We are always happy to hear your views, suggestions or feedback regarding this website please contact us.
Cascading style sheets (CSS) are used in this site to separate
content from the display. The CSS contains positioning, layout,
font, colours and style information for the entire web site.
Separating style from content makes life very easy for visitors who prefer to view only the content of a web page, or to modify the content. These could be blind or partially sighted people who might use a screen reader to interpret a page.
CSS also reduces the size of the HTML files. The CSS file is downloaded just once by the visitor's browser and re-used for different pages on a web site. This reduces the bandwidth requirements for your server and also ensures a faster download for your visitors.
Navigation menus are marked up as HTML lists. This ensures that the number of links in the list is read out at the start and it can be skipped easily
All images used on this site include descriptive attributes. Purely decorative graphics include empty alt attributes
We have checked the site's font and background colour combination against the different colour blindness conditions and ensured that all information is still clear.
Our website is built using relative font sizes, which means that
if you want to see larger or smaller text.
Or the user can change the text size using the browser. In Internet Explorer this is done by going to the top menu and selecting 'View', then 'Text Size'. Medium is the usual setting, so selecting Larger or Largest will increase the text size. Similar facilities exist in other browsers, normally on the 'View' menu. Your browser's 'Help' menu should give you further information about making these adjustments.
We have set this site up so that if you are using a modern browser, when you print a page the printout will not include the menus or sidebars. If the page title and address don't appear on your printout, you can set your browser to add them. This is usually done by choosing 'Page Setup' from the 'File' menu, or you can check your browser's 'Help' menu to find out how to do this.
We have made every effort to make this site usable for as many different web browsers as possible. Unfortunately, older browsers are not able to take advantage of current technology, and so the site does not look as 'designed' as it does in modern browsers, although all the information should be accessible. We would encourage all users, if at all possible, to update their browser to the latest version - not only for this site, but to enhance your use of the web in general.
All the style sheets on the site have are CSS validated and conform to W3C recommendations.
All pages on this site are XHTML validated and conform to W3C recommendations.
This website currently meets all priority 1 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines,
Through taking this approach we hope to make our site as inclusive as possible, and also to comply with UK legislation including the Disability Discrimination Act (1995) as amended by the Special Education Needs and Disability Act (2001), which states that it is an offence to discriminate against a disabled person by treating him or her less favourably than others for a reason relating to their disability.
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