We strive to provide a website that works and gives you the best possible experience. To make this possible we have added some features to make our site more acceptable to all types of users. Below listed are some of the features added.
Our contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org. We welcome suggestions and comments to improve access to our website.
Your device may have features on how to enhance your viewing experience so please consult your own computer’s operating system help on how to do this. Some information is included below to help on the most common operating systems and platforms.
How to Resize Your Text
Advanced web browsers allow you to resize the website text according to your convenience.
To change the text size in Internet Explorer, go to View in the main menu, and then select Text Size. You can select the size you want from the list.
To change the text in Firefox on a Windows PC use CTRL + (the "Control" key and the plus sign) to increase the text size, and CTRL - (the "Control" key and the minus sign) to decrease the text size.
For Firefox on an Apple Mac, use AppleKey+ (the "Apple" key and the plus sign) to increase the text size, and AppleKey- (the "Apple" key and the minus sign) to decrease the text size.
Use AppleKey+ (the "Apple" key and the plus sign) to increase the text size, and AppleKey- (the "Apple" key and the minus sign) to decrease the text size in Safari.
How we use Web Standards
Our site was built and designed with web standards in mind. In practical terms, this means that:
It is expected to work consistently in all recent browsers.
Screen readers and other assistive technologies will be able to read the site content easily and efficiently.
Older browsers may not replicate the design as we'd intended but will still display the content.