I’m committed to making this website as accessible to as many people as possible. Here’s an explanation how…
This site is W3C compatible which simply means I’ve successfully adhered to the common standard all websites should aim at achieving. It should look similar on most browsers!
I’ve not used any non-W3C formats (such as Flash, PDF etc.) or multimedia. I’ll do so only where most appropriate format for the content in question.
Where non-compliant content is provided we will take reasonable effort to make accessible and equivalent alternatives available.
Users with a range of disabilities will regularly be consulted to identify the needs of our disabled audience and to measure the performance of the current website in meeting those needs.
Any developments to this site’s online content will be tested for conformance to W3C guidelines and specifications (level ‘AA’).
For major developments user testing with disabled participants will also be conducted.
This site looks good on a range of web browsers. These include:-
Other Supported (but untested) browsers
- Win IE 5.5, 6, 7 & future versions
- Firefox 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 & any to come.
- Safari 3.x
- Google Chrome
Partially supported browsers
- Mac IE 6.x
I’ll continue testing and amending these options over time.