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This website is written using HTML5 and conforms to the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative at level AA.

Level Double-A conformance icon, W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Valid HTML 5.0!

Below is a selection of the guidelines we have complied with:

  • Allow font sizes to be increased by the user (via the web browsing software, for example Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, etc).
  • Provide text alternatives for all non-text content, eg images, tables and links.
  • Ensure that all information conveyed with colour is also available without colour.
  • Pages must be readable where style sheets (CSS) are disabled or are not supported by the web browser.
  • Ensure that all information can be reached where JavaScript is disabled or is not supported by the web browser.
  • Provide labels and default text for all form fields.
  • Clearly identify the target of each link.
  • Ensurfe sufficient contast exists between text colour and background colour; provide "tooltip" alternatives where contrast is low.

Please note that many of the advanced features of our site use JavaScript and CSS Style Sheets; though we have ensured that you can still access our content when these are disabled, the quality of your experience will be considerably lower. We strongly reommend that you enable these features of your web browser when using our site.

Do you need help in making the web easier to use?

Most modern web browsers allow you to scale the entire page to make it easier to read. This is normally achieved by holding the CTRL key on your computer keyboard then pressing your + key once or more; Apple users hold down the APPLE key instyead of CTRL. You can reduce the scale in the same manner by pressing CTRL and -. For further instructions please refer to your web browsers's help on scaling/zooming the page.