Some help and tips on how to use accessibility features:
Acronyms and abbreviations
Wherever possible we avoid using jargon and always provide explanations for acronyms and abbreviations.
Tables are only used for tabular data, not for layout purposes.
All tables have captions and summary text and rows and columns have marked headers.
All of our images and graphics have 'alt text' and written descriptions.
A useful site, www.oneformat.com, allows you to download free "style sheet" (CSS) files which give you the option to view websites on Interent Explorer in your preferred colour and font sizes.
The style sheets cover five font sizes, 10 colour combinations and the option to add or remove underlining and bold text. They can also be used with (or instead of) screen magnification software.