Accessibility

Introduction
On these pages you can find out how best to find the information you want on this site, how to access downloadable documents and how best to view this website.

Please read the terms and conditions and the Creative Commons sections for information about hyperlinking, copyright and other issues around use of the site. If you have any comments on this site, please contact Peter.

Accessing downloadable documents
Documents are available to download from this site in Portable Document Format (.pdf) and Word (.doc). All documents available to download from this website should have the file size of the document and the format in brackets after the document's title. If you have difficulty accessing a downloadable document please contact Peter.

To view a Portable Document Format document, you need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader program which is available free of charge from the Adobe website at www.adobe.co.uk. Adobe also offer a number of online conversion tools at www.adobe.com/products. Wherever possible we have provided a number of alternative formats for documents.

To view a Word document you should have either a version of Word or one of the free Word readers available from Microsoft. Microsoft's Word reader software is available from www.microsoft.com.

Screen resolution and browsers
This website is best viewed on a screen showing at least 256 colours with the resolution set to 800 by 600. For best viewing, your browser should have images, javascript and CSS1 and 2 turned on. Should any of these be unavailable, however, you should still be able to find the information you want.

You can download the latest versions of the most commonly-used browsers, Firefox and Internet Explorer, from www.mozilla.com or www.microsoft.com/windows.

Site design and accessibility
This site has been coded to W3C standards, and conforms to level 'Double-A' of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.