Pages on this site use structured semantic markup. This means it is designed to make sense without any visual styles applied (e.g. colours, fonts etc).
Text size can be changed to suit user preferences. You can use the buttons at the top right-hand side of each page to alter the text size. The site is designed to display consistently using a window size of 1024 x 768 pixels, irrespective of text size.
Pages on this site were designed to conform to ‘WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) ’ requirements for web accessibility produced by the W3C. The extent to which this is achieved involves an element of subjective assessment.
Some information is provided on this site using PDF documents.
PDF documents can be viewed using Adobe Acrobat Reader, you may wish to download the current version.
Where appropriate, links on this site have title attributes to describe the link in further detail. Links may not make sense out of context although this has been avoided where possible.
Links to files that use external software (for example PDF and Word documents) will open in a new window. Links to other web pages do not open in new windows unless otherwise indicated.
Images All content images use ALT attributes to add descriptive information. Images used for styling purposes use empty ALT attributes.
Design The visual design of the site is achieved using CSS (Cascading Stylesheets).
If your browser does not support this technology, the information will still be readable although the visual experience will be limited.