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Accessibility

We have worked hard to ensure that the site is available to as many visitors as possible. The site strives to follow current website content accessibility guidelines and it meets all WAI Guidelines at priority level 1 and most of the guidelines of priority level 2.  All HTML within the content management system validates to HTML 5 document type and is created using current recommended standards.  

This site uses responsive technology to improve the usability and accessibility when browsing on mobile devices.  While the site is best viewed at a resolution of 1024 pixels and above, responsive technology ensures that the site now fits most of the common screen sizes currently available.

Consistent navigation is presented throughout the site which enables the visitor to know exactly where they are within the site structure. Colour contrast is kept at a high level throughout the site while all form elements have labels and all images have alternate text which is shown when images are disabled.  If JavaScript has been disabled the site will still be navigable though there may be instances where JavaScript is required but this should not interfere with the browsing experience.  All external links referenced in the site will open in a new window.

If you require the text size to be increased or any colours to be changed then this can be done within the browser itself.

If you find that there are any issues with the accessibility of this site please contact Kiswebs Design.