This site has been built to cover the majority of the priority one elements of the W3C web accessibility guidelines wherever possible.
Using the site
The website aims to provide a website that is easy to use for everyone including sight, audio and motor impairment restrictions.
We have aimed to use a web font that is easy to read.
We have used HTML fonts so that wherever possible the site can be read by screen readers
The HTML font can also be enlarged within browsers.
Pages can be read without the use of style sheets to help view in text only browsers.
We have identified website critical table rows columns and headers so that they make sense when read in a linear way.
We have added appropriate alt tags and title tags to images to show a text equivalent for image description.
We have added H tags to enable screen readers to understand the beginning of each page
We have avoided the use of blinking or flickering elements on the site.
To Enlarge text on the site
On the browser tools menu select internet options
On the General tab, select 'Accessibility'
Tick the 'Ignore font sizes specified on web pages' check box
Click on 'OK'
On the browser menu select 'view'
Click 'text size'
Choose the size of text