We are committed to providing a website that is as accessible as possible and also provides a positive experience for visitors.
If you have any problems accessing any of the information on this website please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As part of our dedication to accessibility we have included a variety of features on our website as follows:
1. Access keys
If you experience difficulties in using a mouse or other pointing device or prefer to use your keyboard to navigate through a website, ‘Access Keys' allow easy navigation through the main pages of our website, although they do not work on all browsers.
2. Resizable text
You may wish to alter the text size on the screen to make it easier to read. The following will help you to do this:
If you are using Internet Explorer, follow these instructions:
If you are using Google Chrome, follow these instructions;
Another option is to press the ctrl key on the bottom left hand row of your keyboard and at the same time move the scroll wheel on your mouse. Move it up to increase the size of the text, or down to decrease the size of the text.
3. Images and alt tags
We have avoided using too many graphics on our website to ensure fast page downloads to give you faster access to information.
Where we have used images we have added 'Alt' tags to explain the nature of the image even if it does not appear.
4. Coding to standards
This website has been developed using code compliant with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for XHTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). W3C is the governing authority on web development standards and practices.
We have taken time to make sure our website displays properly in a variety of different web browsers. By using standard XHTML code we can ensure any future versions of web browsers will display this website properly.
Individual pages on this website are tested using the W3C Validation tool.