Technical facts about this website

This website aims to provide an enjoyable experience to all our users.
It follows web standards, which are designed to deliver the greatest benefits to the greatest number of web users while ensuring the long-term viability of any documents published on the Web.
Page Layout

The layout for this site was written according to the XHTML Strict and CSS 2 standards. We aim to be fully compliant with these standards and to validate its website against the recommendations of the World Wide Web Consoritum.
Javascript is used on some of the public pages of this site, but is not required for the site to function correctly. The online applications we provide to our customers do require javascript.

This website includes some PDF (Portable Document Format) files. To access them you must have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. Visit the Adobe website's accessibility page to find out about Adobe's solutions for accessibility issues associated with PDF files.
The public parts of this website comply with Priority 2 of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines of the World Wide Web Consortium. The applications available to authenticated users are not usable without client-side script and therefore do not comply with these guidelines.
The content and navigation of the public pages are functional when rendered by text based devices, such as some browsers.
Devices that do not support CSS2, will still be presented with a functional text based website.

Century gothic is the preferred typeface used throughout this website. If this font is not available on a visitor's computer, it will be substituted with Arial. Should Arial also not be available, the pages will display with the default sans-serif typeface of the visitor's browser.
The website is designed to allow the size of the font to be increased for easier reading in a browser, without affecting usability.