Accessibility Information

We've endeavored to make our website conform to the latest accessibility guidelines. In most browsers you'll see special buttons in the header which allow the font size to be easily changed. We've also made sure each page validates to the latest web standards. And we've checked each page against the WCAG WAI AAA accessibility guidelines.

Accesskeys

Accesskeys are keyboard shortcuts intended to help users who have difficulty in using a pointing device such as a mouse.

The following accesskeys are implemented on this site:

Accesskey functionality varies between browsers and operating systems, below is a table of how to use accesskey functionality with some of the more common browser/operating system combinations.

Operating System Browser Accesskeys functionality
Windows Internet Explorer 4+ Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the accesskey, then press ENTER. In some newer builds of Internet Explorer pressing ENTER is not required.
Chrome 22+ Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the accesskey. (Sometimes you may be required to also press SHIFT).
Firefox 1+ Hold down ALT and SHIFT then select the number/letter of the accesskey.
Safari 4+ Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the accesskey.
Opera 7+ Hold down the SHIFT key and press the ESC key, then select the number/letter of the accesskey, then press ENTER.
Mac Chrome 22+ Hold down the CTRL and OPT key then select the number/letter of the accesskey.
Firefox 1+ Hold down the CTRL and OPT key then select the number/letter of the accesskey. Some older versions only require the CTRL key to be held.
Safari 4+ Hold down CTRL and then select the number/letter of the accesskey.
Opera 6+ Hold down the SHIFT key and press the ESC key, then select the number/letter of the accesskey, then press ENTER.
Linux Chrome 22+ Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the accesskey. (Sometimes you may be required to also press SHIFT).
Firefox 1+ Hold down ALT and SHIFT then select the number/letter of the accesskey.

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