This website has been built with the intention of making the content accessible to the widest range of visitors, regardless of disability or impairment. This has been achieved by adhering to best practices, such as compliance with design standards, and ensuring our website honours the accessibility options you have configured on your PC and within your web browser.
Browser support and accessibility information
Most modern browsers have accessibility options built in, such as a screenreader or accessibility tools that allow you to jump to specific links and pages quickly. We have not included access keys set on our site as each screenreader or accessibility tool has it’s own method of navigating a site with shortcuts, and and we wouldn’t want to interfere with your setup.
We are aware that there may be compatibility issues with Internet Explorer 7 and 8 and we strongly advise you use Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari or Internet Explorer (9 +) for a more enjoyable experience. Please note that our site is also accessible on most mobile phones..
For more information on individual browsers, you can visit the following links and refer to the access guides:
We build to W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and use HTML5 for future-proofing our website for mobiles, tablets and desktop devices.
Links and images
We make sure links have
title attributes, which describe the link in greater detail. Links are written to make sense out of context. All content images used in this site include descriptive
alt attributes. With some images we use new HTML5 elements to give greater context and description of the image.
Fonts and colours
All fonts, colours and graphics have been chosen to be as accessible as possible for all abilities, and colour contrast has been tested and is compliant with W3C standards. All modern browsers and mobile devices allow you to zoom in if you need a closer look — information can be found for each browser in the links provided.