About the Website

This website has been designed to be as inclusive as possible by following W3C Standards and WAI-WCAG 2.0 conferring to Level AA. Should you experience any difficulty, or if you have any suggestions concerning the site's accessibility, please feel welcome to contact.

The main navigation of the site is at the bottom of each page, unlike other websites where it is at the top.

Different regions on the pages are marked up with ARIA landmarks. Currently it is supported by:

The website has been tested on a number of mobile devices, and displays will differ depending upon the type of device and its orientation (landscape or portrait mode). All functionality of the website is maintained for mobile devices.

Using this Website

Using Skip Links

This site has hidden page links which are visible only if accessed through a screen reader. With the help of these links, you can jump to the main content region and navigation region.

Text Resize

You can make the text two times larger by clicking the “Increase Font Size” image link in the display setting section on the top of every page. If you want to zoom it further, you can use your browser's zoom function to increase the text size. To use your browser's zoom function, please follow these instructions:

Microsoft Windows Users:

Mac / OSX Users:

Changing the colour scheme and contrast

You can toggle high contrast mode by clicking on the image link “white on black” at display setting section on the top of every page. To return to the default settings, click the “back to default” image link.


Navigation using a screen reader


Using NVDA 2011.2 the landmark keyboard combination in virtual buffer mode is:

VoiceOver users can navigate a page via landmarks by choosing 'landmarks' in the 'web rotor', then finger flicking up or down will move to the next or previous landmark.



Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)

This website adheres to World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0  up to  Level AA conformance, which explains how to make web content more accessible for people with disabilities.

W3C Standards

This site has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for HTML5 and cascading style sheets (CSS). The site displays correctly in current browsers and using standards compliant XHTML/CSS code. This means that any future browsers will also display it correctly.