This site has been built to comply with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Document Object Model and have followed W3C Web Accessibility Guidelines. Although this site is entirely written in a universal interoperable language – extensible HyperText Markup
Language (XHTML 1.0) with Cascading Style Sheets Level 2 – we have taken care to ensure compatibility with earlier browsers.
As part of the design process, the code was validated against W3C recommendations for XHTML and CSS.
The design of the website conforms to the W3C WAI-A Web Accessibility Guidelines 1.0: conformance level A, ensuring that, wherever possible, the content is accessible to people with disabilities.