Accessibility

We are committed to making the information on this site available to the widest possible audience. The site is designed to work properly with assistive technologies, like screen readers, and also to allow you to customise its appearance without making it harder to use.

Increasing the font size

There are various ways to alter the font size displayed by your browser:

Coding standards

Pages on this site use valid HTML and CSS, as validated by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Downloadable files

Downloadable files from this site - for example, Adobe PDF files - may present accessibility problems.

PDF files are universally readable on any platform but require a piece of software called Adobe Reader. This may already be installed on many machines, in which case simply clicking on a PDF link should open the file. If you do not have Adobe Reader on your machine, it is available from Adobe as a free download (this link will open in a new window).

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