worked to ensure this site conforms to W3C
Accessibility A standard. Here’s
a few examples of how you access and navigate
this site easily.
Using the tab key
The tab key on your keyboard will allow you
to move from link to link on each page. Pressing
Shift + tab will highlight the previous link.
Pressing the Enter button on your keyboard will
activate the link and take you to the desired
Changing text size
Most browsers offer a feature that allows you
to change the size of text on a page. Simply
follow the link in your browser’s menu
to adjust this to a level you feel comfortable
with (for example in Internet Explorer 5 and
6 on a PC, select View > Text Size.)
Images & Video
All graphics have alternative text attributes
which help explain their significance or if they’re
a link to non visual users of this page. Video
with speech has the full transcript of the spoken
content on the same page, and if you put your
cursor over the video, you will have the option
to control the playback features of the piece.
This site has been designed to work with most
browsers and designed to standards to allow as
wide ranging an audience as possible., However
some older browsers may not be standards compliant.
If this is the case you should try upgrading
to a compliant browser, details of which can
be found here.