It is our aim to make this site and all our sites, accessible to as many people as possible.
We are guided by the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and knowledge we have gained as responsible professionals and our substantial experience of web standards. If you find something that needs improvement to make the site even more accessible, please let us know.
This site is built with valid XHTML 1 for structure and CSS for presentation, meaning that it should work with just about any web browser, though there may be visual differences (yes, IE6). We would encourage all users of the internet to use modern standards compliant browsers, for your benefit and for the general good of the internet as a community.
Some pages may not validate, as we choose to break a few rules, however we use common sense so content is always accessible.
Whenever possible, links are written to make sense out of context.
Text size and site colours
The text size on this site is created in such a way that makes it resizable in any browser, should you find it too small to read. You also have the option to change fonts and colours through our settings page.