Accessibility Statement

Every care has gone in to making this site as usable as possible for people of all abilities. This is a summary of the features that went into making it accessible.

Access keys and their actions

Modern browsers allow people to use keyboard shortcuts to navigate pages. These shortcuts are defined by the site author. Here is a list of the available options at

Access Key Resulting action
1 Skip Navigation
2 Home
3 Laboratory
4 Tutorials
5 Templates
6 Accessibility

Adhering to Standards

Not only is paid attention to accessibility, but also to trying adhering to different Standards.

This site is written in valid XHTML1.0 Transitional and its visual presentation is controlled by Cascading Style Sheets.

Pages remain readable when CSS is disabled.

The site also conforms to WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) as advised by the World Wide Web Consortium.

The use of images

Where images are used to convey important information, alternative text attributes(alt) have been provided for the benefit of visitors using assisitive reading technologies.

Further questions

If you would like to know more about the accessibility measures in place, or have problems using this site please contact me without hesitation.

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More Pages

Links to other parts of the site.


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