About this site
This website is designed and built with accessibility in mind. We strive to meet the requirements of WCAG 1.0 + Samurai Errata, the Errata having superseded the WCAG 1.0 specification. If you encounter an accessibility problem you feel we should know about please contact us with details of the issue you are having.
The site is built using modern web standards and technologies, and makes extensive use of best-practices techniques wherever possible. We try to make the site work well for as many people as possible.
If you find the site too small for comfortable reading, you can use your browser’s built in zoom functionality to make things easier. You can do this on any website, not just this one. In all modern browsers this zooms the entire page for a closer view: In Firefox 3+, Opera 10+, Safari 4+, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 7, and Internet Explorer 8 press Ctrl and the + key at the same time to zoom in. Pressing Ctrl and the – key will zoom back out. If you are using Internet Explorer 6, you can not zoom the page and we highly recommended you upgrade to any of the modern browsers listed above, if possible. You may be able to increase the text size by clicking View > Text Size and selecting one of the larger sizes. The default size is “Medium”.
To make a website bigger try pressing Ctrl and + at the same time. Ctrl and – makes it smaller.
You can learn more about accessibility at the following links:
Wikipedia: Web Accessibility
A List Apart: What is Web Accessibility?
W3C: How people with disabilities use the Web
W3C: Web Accessibility Initiative
RNIB: UK Law for websites
WCAG 1.0 + Samurai Errata