This site is designed to be displayed correctly by most browsers, and to be accessible to those with disabilities, eg those who are partially blind or even blind. Visitors to this website use many different browsers, including Internet Explorer 8 (IE8, 42% of visitors), IE7 (23%), IE6 (6%), Firefox (21%), Safari (4%) and Chrome (3%). IE7 and, particularly, IE6 don't follow the World Wide Web Consortium's coding protocols as rigorously as might be expected, so 'fixes' are used to make sure that the site is displayed properly by these browsers. Some of the display elements used by the site aren't supported by IE6/7/8, so IE6/7/8 can't display these elements at all. IE6/7/8 users who want to see what the site looks like in its entirety might like to consider using Firefox (free 7.8MB download), Safari (free 28.2MB download), or Chrome. Firefox follows W3C protocols much better than IE6/7, has numerous useful add-ons, and is generally regarded as more secure than IE6/7.
The following hints may be helpful if you experience difficulties when displaying or accessing the site:
|Internet Explorer||Key 'ctrl' + '+' to increase size, or key 'ctrl' + '-' to decrease size.|
|Mozilla Firefox||Key 'ctrl' + '+' to increase size, or key 'ctrl' + '-' to decrease size.|
|Opera 9||Click View in the menu bar, then Zoom, then whatever setting you want.|
|Safari||Key 'ctrl' + '+' to increase size, or key 'ctrl' + '-' to decrease size.|
|Internet Explorer||Click Tools in the menu bar, then Options, then Advanced, then scroll down to security and check 'Allow active content to run in files on My Computer'.|
These Assistive Technologies are often impeded by the way web pages are designed. This site is designed to be reasonably accessible to all, but we will only know how successful we have been if we get feedback! So we would appreciate any comments you have. Please email your comments to the