Our website accessbility information

Accessibility

Improving your online experience

This website has been designed with a broad audience in mind. Some of the steps taken to make the content more accessible include:

Site Planning
The site is correctly structured using XHTML and styled using CSS this enables the user optimal cross-browser compatibility. This will enable the user to control the presentation and behaviour of the website to control the presentation and behaviour of the website using their own browser.

Resolution
The site is optimised at 960pixels wide; designed to fit within a standard browser within the minimum industry standard screen resolution of 1024x768pixels http://www.w3schools.com/browsers/browsers_display.asp.

Alternative Text
Where possible, all images on the site are accompanied by a brief alternative text description which identifies an image or its function.

Text Size
The text has been styled using a non-fixed value in a style sheet. This means users can easily make the text size on any page larger or smaller as required.

Final Note
The development and testing of our website is ongoing and not restricted to the initial design. Please feel free to leave your comments regarding your experience using our site. All suggestions are welcome.

We are continuously assessing the needs of our customers and reviewing how we can further improve the accessibility of our website. We will keep you updated as to developments we are making in the coming months.

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