This site has been developed considering the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and consideration has been taken for the viewing of the site in all of the most commonly used Internet browsers (full list of tested browsers can be seen below). The site is best viewed in the Google Chrome Internet browser at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels. The site is also suited for resolutions higher than this, while it's minimum requirement is 1024 x 768 pixels for desktop computers and 320 x 480 pixels for mobile devices.
This site has been tested and is considered to work correctly in the following browsers:
- Internet Explorer 8+
- Mozilla Firefox
- Safari 5+
- Google Chrome
- iOS 5+
Difficulty Viewing Whole Pages or Certain Content
Should you have difficulty accessing information on any of our pages, please contact us giving the URL details of the pages concerned, we will endeavour to find a solution to your problem.
Cascading Stylesheets (CSS)
This site uses CSS to separate content from layout and presentation. This ensures that by removing the CSS style sheet the site remains readable and functioning without the need for graphics, and remains presented in a logical order.
Links embedded in the main content have been styled to show specific emphasis to ensure they are distinct from the rest of the content. They have been designed to provide a distinct enough difference so that colour-blind site users can access the site comfortably.
Links have also been designed to ensure they appear in content and are themselves descriptive of their hyperlink location.
Images have been used to add additional impact to certain sections of the site. Care has been taken to ensure all images have effective and descriptive ALT attributes, enabling screen readers and other devices to view the site with or without these images.