This page describes the steps we have taken to make this website
accessible to all of our visitors. We are committed to producing
websites and online resources that can be accessed by everybody.
Our website conforms to the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative
(WAI) and Web Content Accessibility
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For users of JAWS we recommend the following sort order:
title | text | alt | href as the best combination
From the Adobe
website you can download the free Acrobat Reader for
reading PDF documents and find other accessibility
Some hyperlinks on our website have associated icons which give
you more information:
Links which have no icon will open pages from our website within
the current window. Any link which opens a document or an external
website in a new window has a title
attribute which describes what will happen if you click
in our website contain text written in Arabic,
Hindi, Traditional Chinese and
Urdu scripts. Without proper multilingual support,
you may see question marks, boxes or other symbols instead of the
correct characters. Information on how to set up your computer or
web browser correctly can be found on the Wikipedia website.