Great care has been taken in the design of our website to ensure it's as useable and accessible for as many visitors as possible.
We've followed standards published by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) when coding and developing our website.
The pages on this site use valid XHTML 1.0 code.
We've also followed the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines.
We've worked to ensure the pages on this website conform to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) to at least level-A and levels Double-A and Triple-A wherever possible.
More about the W3C can be found on their website at www.w3.org
There is a vast amount of information on this site.
We've organised our content into key sections which are accessible via links on the main homepage.
The homepage can be accessed at all times throughout the site by following the 'Home' link in the main navigation area.
Alternatively you can use our search facility to find information.
We also publish RSS feeds of our popular content, including latest news and IT related articles. Look out for the RSS icon around our site.
We've developed some basic instructions that show how you can use your browser to manipulate its appearance to suit your requirements.
More detail is in the Changing the appearance section.
We've also constructed a section of useful resources, which has links to other useful accessibility resources.