This site aims to conform to the guidelines published by the
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the body that exists to promote
the evolution and interoperability of the Worldwide Web.
We aim for accessibility as evidence of good practice and
support for the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), and as a
way of making the general site navigation and structure as easy,
and as useable as possible for all users.
If a page cannot be made accessible we will work to make a text
If you have comments or queries about the site, please contact Web
Cross Browser Compatibility
This site has been designed to be accessible to as many web
browsers as possible. It will not look the same in every browser
but the content should be available and accessible in all browsers.
Please use the facilities within your browser to present the pages
in the best way for you. Most browsers will allow you to alter font
size and you may also be able to make other changes.
A note to users of older browsers (Netscape 4, Internet Explorer
For best results, please use Internet Explorer 5 or higher, or
Netscape 6 or higher. If you are using an older browser, we
recommend that you upgrade.
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If you choose to print a page of content you will notice that
the site navigation bar and menu items are not included in the
printout. This is a deliberate feature.
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Increasing Text Size in Your Browser
The size of the text on pages on the site can be increased if
necessary. This table outlines how to increase the font size in a
selection of popular browsers. If your browser is not on the list,
the online help provided with your browser.
How to increase font size in your browser
|All modern browsers:
||CTRL and + or - or Mouse scroll wheel
|MS Internet Explorer 5+ PC:
||View menu > Text Size
|MS Internet Explorer 5+ Mac:
||View menu > Text Zoom
|MS Internet Explorer 3, 4 PC:
||View menu > Fonts
|MS Internet Explorer 4.5 Mac:
||View menu > Text size
|Netscape 6+ PC:
||Ctrl and + or -
|Netscape 6+ Mac:
||View menu > Text zoom
|Netscape 4 PC:
||Ctrl and [ or ]
|Netscape 3 PC:
||Options > General Preferences > Fonts > Choose
|Netscape 3 Mac:
||Command and Shift [ or ]