The site is intended to be accessible to all users, however it is recommended that you view the site using Firefox, Safari or an equivalent browser in order to ensure that the site displays correctly and the full range of navigation options is available. Under optimal conditions all areas of the site should function correctly but from time to time bugs and other glitches can occur which may affect site accessibility, particularly for those (such as users with mobility impairments) relying solely on peripheral devices for navigation.
In general the use of an up-to-date browser should serve to eliminate such problems but if you experience continued difficulty with any aspect of the site please inform us via email@example.com
There are a variety of ways to access the different areas of the site either via a peripheral device (i.e. mouse or equivalent) or using a keyboard. The headings visible across the top of the page, in the column on the left-hand side of the screen and the grey “breadcrumb trail” across the top of the currently displayed section all function as links to the relevant section of the site. Simply click on the appropriate link to be directed to the section of your choice.
For further assistance, please email us with the details of any problems you are experiencing at firstname.lastname@example.org and we shall make every effort to resolve your difficulties. Please include details of any content you are experiencing difficulties accessing, whether it be throughout the site or in specific areas, in order that we can do so quickly.
We welcome your suggestions and comments and any other feedback you wish to provide regarding our site accessibility should similarly be directed to email@example.com