Ensuring that everyone can access our web site fully is a main priority for us. We have endeavoured to make sure the site is accessible to all and would welcome your comments on this matter by telephoning 01553 630393.
We have designed the web site taking into account the guidelines provide within the Disability Discrimination Act and have made the site W3C compliant. W3C is a web site validating service which aids web site creation in removing any errors, typos or incorrect uses of coding so there are no usability issues. All pages on this site have passed the W3C validation tests for XHTML and CSS.
- avoided use of frames which text readers and special browsers find difficult to interpret
- used a web safe font to make the text easy to read
- used alternative text for all images to provide a useful description
- used a clear colour scheme
Should you wish to change the way you view the web site, such as the text size or for colour of hyperlinks you will need to change your browser settings. For instructions please visit the W3C website by clicking here.
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