In compliance with the UK DDA 1995 and in the spirit of UK PAS 78, the ModuleWorks website has been designed and built with the intention of making its key content widely accessible to visitors regardless of disability or impairment; and to be compliant with current web standards as defined by the W3C.
The process of checking for accessibility to an A or AA accessibility standard remains an ongoing process; and pages also undergo checking using the W3C online Markup Validation Service for the XHTML 1. 0 Strict and Transitional Document Type Definitions. In addition, the W3C CSS standard online validation tool is also used to validate the CSS code used on this web site.
Users should find that they are able to make full use of the accessibility options provided any modern standards-compliant or text-only browser.
The size of text used when viewing this site is adjustable using normal browser viewing controls. Use of IE 'medium' text (or other browser defaults) at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 is considered nominal. For detail regarding specific accessibility features and issues visitors should refer to the relevant information within their browser / user agent.
Pdfs and off-site links will, by default, open in the current browser window. All standard browser controls regarding opening such links in new tabs or pages remain in control of the user by using the right-click functions.
Some graphics and images used on this site are intended only as decorative and are not intended to be an integral part of the key content of the page in which they are used. These images have null alt attributes.
ModuleWorks has chosen not to display the appropriate validation icons on every page of this web site, but the icons displayed on this page provide links to the online services listed above, should you wish to make use of them.
Please send any questions, comments or report any problems or issues experienced when viewing this site to the Webmaster, stating browser / user agent, version, platform, the nature of the problem and the page on which it was experienced – thank you.