Many Internet sites are designed in a fashion which makes them difficult, or even impossible, to use by Internet users with disabilities, this site strives to be accessible for all users, including people with disabilities, regardless of how the user is viewing the site.

All pages strive to be WCAG A or AA approved and comply with priority 1 and 2 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. The site is designed to work with a wide range of web browsers on Windows, Mac and Linux computers.

The site is viewable without horizontal scrollbars and will adapt to the width of your browser view screen, it is also equipped with “access keys”. Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that provide links to important areas of the site. The site aims to make all pages validate HTML 5 and use structured semantic mark-up.

This site incorporates ACCESSKEY functionality. These keys can be used to navigate this site quickly and easily.

The ACCESSKEY functionality used on this site is as follows (usage instructions are below):

h: Home page
k: Knowledgebase
c: Contact
l: Legal notice
p: Privacy policy
a: Accessibility

ACCESSKEY instructions

Microsoft Windows

Google Chrome 3 and higher for Windows
Simply hold down ALT + SHIFT keys, then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.

Firefox 2 and higher for Windows
Simply hold ALT + SHIFT keys, then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.

Internet Explorer for Microsoft Windows
Simply hold ALT then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.

Safari 3 for Microsoft Windows
Simply hold ALT then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.

Safari 4 and higher for Windows
Simply hold ALT then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.

Mac OSX

Google Chrome 3 and higher for Mac OSX
CTRL + OPTION

Firefox 14.0.1 and higher for Mac OSX
CTRL + OPTION on Mac

Safari 3 for Mac OSX
Simply hold CTRL then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.

Safari 4 and higher for OSX
Simply hold CTRL + OPTION then press the corresponding ACCESSKEY.