Web Browsers

This website has been developed to conform to the W3C accessibility guidelines for level AA compliance. We have endeavoured to conform to all the presented guidelines in Level AA wherever possible.

It's possible to increase (or even decrease) the size of the content being viewed in your web browser. You can do this by using the zoom or font size controls integrated in your web browser. Please be aware that if you increase or decrease the font size, that some of the text may align differently.

Web browsers may handle content sizing controls differently, but in general you should look at the options in the browser's 'View' menu, failing which, consult your browser's Help documentation. Here are some specific instructions for some of the more popular browsers.

Browser Incompatibilities

We have found that Netscape Navigator does not display the web pages properly and would suggest you use a more recent or compatible web browser whenever necessary.

Document Formats

PDF - Portable Document Format

Invented by Adobe Systems and perfected over 20 years, Portable Document Format (PDF) is now an open standard for electronic document exchange maintained by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). PDF files can be read using Adobe ReaderĀ® software or the Adobe Reader mobile app.

MOBI - Mobipocket eBook file

MOBI files can be read by many popular eBook readers like the Amazon Kindle and many smartphones that support the format. Additionally, many eBook readers, again, like the popular Kindle device, also have desktop software, mobile apps, and browser tools that allow the reading of MOBI files.

EPUB - Open Publication Structure eBook

The EPUB file format allows eBook publishers to produce unencrypted reflowable digital eBooks. The EPUB files consist of a ZIP file that contains the contents of the eBook and an XML file that describes the contents of the ZIP file itself. In order to read an eBook that has been published in the EPUB file format, you must have a compatible eBook reader.