Every effort has been made to ensure all pages on this site comply with Priority 3 W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. This indicates that necessary care has been taken to provide an inclusive website.
While conformance to W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines is often down to interpretation, LRWT believes this site meets all of the requirements.
If you encounter a page on this site that does not meet Priority 3 W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, please inform us and we will attempt to correct the problem.
All pages on this site should validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional. If you encounter a page on this site that does not validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional, please inform us and we will correct the problem.
HTML 'tags' are used to convey document structure appropriately. For example, an H1 tag is used for the main page heading, H2 tags for sub headings, P tags for paragraphs, and so on.
All images on this site should include a descriptive ALT tag attribute, and where appropriate a LONGDESC tag attribute, providing a more detailed explanation of the image.
This site uses relative font sizes. This means that you can change text to a more suitable size using your browser easily, without having a detrimental affect the layout of the website.
This site uses cascading stylesheets (CSS) for visual layout. If your browser does not support stylesheets, we've worked to ensure that carefully structured mark-up means that the content of each page is still readable and logically structured.
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