Site and Accessibility Information
This site has been designed to be as accessible as possible. By separating the content from the presentation using CSS and XHTML it will enable a wide range of computing platforms to access the site and ultimately be device independent.
The site validates to W3C published CSS and XHTML 1.0 guidelines and passes Level Double-A of the W3C-WAI Accessibility Guidelines 1.0. Visitors can check for valid XHTML page conformance by clicking on the XHTML link at the bottom of each page.
Print specific stylesheets have been implemented so that content will be formatted without menus when printed.
If you should experience any problems please contact the webmaster via the contact form.
Any CSS standards compliant browser will display the site as intended. The site should render in older browsers but results - whilst still remaining usable - may vary.
For best results try Mozilla Firefox (free download).
This site uses the following accesskeys to aid people using screen readers:
- m - Skip to the site menu
- c - Skip past the header and menu to the page content
- 1 - Go to the Home section
- 2 - Go to the Research section
- 3 - Go to the Teaching section
- 4 - Go to the News section
- 5 - Go to the Seminars section
- 6 - Go to the Staff section
- 7 - Go to the Contact Us section
- i - Skip to this site information page
Accesskeys are usable in the most popular browsers, typically accessed by holding down the Alt key and the required letter or number of the accesskey. In some browsers (such as Internet Explorer) you may need to press the Return key to activate the link.