Accessibility

We have taken action to ensure our website complies with the WCAG(Web Content Accessibilty Guidelines). We strive to achieve and maintain an WCAG Leve 2.0 AA rating.

Windows:
On your browser click ctrl and + to zoom in or ctrl and – to zoom out. Press ctl and 0 to return to normal view.

Apple:
On your browser click cmd and + to zoom in or cmd and – to zoom out. Press cmd and 0 to return to normal view.

Features of the site

Descriptive link text
Any ‘written content’ or ‘copy’ that is used as a link to another page or website will have a descriptive ‘Title’ to it so as to make sense, even when read out of context.
This also helps visitors using assistive technology such as screen readers.

Meaningful ALT attribute on images
All images on this site contain ‘alt’ or ‘alternate’ text that is saved within the image. This allows visitors to our site, who otherwise wouldn’t be able to see the iamges, to view the alternate text. Alternate text describes the image. This also helps visitors using assistive technology such as screen readers, visitors who have disable images and those with a slow internet connection.

Any image that is solely aesthetic with have an ‘alt’ tag = “aesthetic spacing”

For more info…
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Content_Accessibility_Guidelines