Posted on 27th June 2014
We strive to make our website accessible to everyone. The following features have been implemented to enhance accessibility.
The site has been validated throughout as HTML5
Cascading Style Sheets
Cascading style sheets are used to control text formatting. The stylesheet has been validated to CSS3 standards. The site is also fully functional with browsers that do not use style sheets.
Type size on the screen can be increased and decreased using your browser’s standard controls. This is because the style sheet uses relative rather than absolute type sizes.
There are no tables on the site except any required to show tabular data.
This site may contain forms to enable you to make contact with us. Each form field is associated with its label or instruction using a tag, so that screen reader software can proceed through the form methodically. Where radio buttons are used, there are associated tags that enable them to be correctly grouped by screen reader software.
There are no scripts that perform critical tasks. The site is visible and operable in browsers that do not or cannot support client-side scripting.
If you think the website has accessibility problems that we could reasonably be expected to eradicate, please write to us.