Our site has been built to be Web Standards-compliant and ‘accessible’.
• The site meets Web Accessibility Initiative Guidelines to Level A or higher
• It has been built using the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines valid XHTML 1.0 (Transitional or higher). The W3C is the international body co-ordinating standards on the World Wide Web.
• W3C valid Cascading Style Sheets have been used to handle all aspects of visual design and layout. No tables are used other than for tabular data
• Web pages use CSS throughout for layout and styling to improve functionality of the site
If you are experiencing any difficulties with this site, or have any suggestions for improving its accessibility please contact us on 01323 738390.