We recognise that it is important to provide a website that is accessible for as many users as possible. We have therefore worked to ensure that our website can be used as far as possible by people with disabilities.
We have followed the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Level 1, published by the international standards organisation W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
While we have tried to ensure that this website is as accessible as possible, if you are experiencing difficulties with the site or have any comments regarding accessibility please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help.
The following accessibility features have been incorporated throughout our website:
This site uses CSS3, HTML5 and conforms with Conformance Level 1 of the WCAG (Priorities 1).
All pages on this site support HTML5. This is indicated by the HTML tag on all pages: The pages have been tested against the standards for HTML5 provided by the World Wide Web Consortium [www.w3c.org]
All pages on this site feature CSS [Cascading Style Sheets]. Some browsers do not support all features in CSS and as a consequence you might experience irregularities in the rendered design.
Issues have been known to occur using these browsers:
This pages have been tested against the standards given by World Wide Web Consortium [www.w3c.org]
Netscape Navigator/Communicator 4.x users are deliberately excluded from some features due to the poor support for Cascading Style Sheets.
This site has also been tested on the following browsers: