We want all users to access our web pages and ensure that they are compliant with web accessibility standards as defined by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). If you find any issues please alert us ... many thanks!
Cascading style sheets
Cascading style sheets (CSS
) are used in this site to separate content from the display. The CSS
contains positioning, layout, font, colours and style information for the entire web site.
Separating style from content makes life very easy for visitors who prefer to view only the content of a web page, or to modify the content. These could be blind or partially sighted people who might use a screen reader to interpret a page.
also reduces the size of the HTML
files. The CSS
file is downloaded just once by the visitors browser and re-used for different pages on a web site. This reduces the bandwidth requirements for your server and also ensures a faster download for your visitors.
Navigation menus are marked up as HTML
lists. This ensures that the number of links in the list is read out at the start and it can be skipped easily.
All images used on this site include descriptive attributes. Purely decorative graphics include empty alt attributes.
Further Information on Accessibility
For further information relating to web accessibility refer to: W3C Web Accessibility Initiative
NOTE: where possible and practicable we adhere strictly to web accessibility standards - we invite you to report any issues to: email@example.com