Web-standards based coding separates a website's informational content from its appearance (presentation design). Separation of content and presentation has many benefits. For example, browsing applications that do not support CSS, can still "read" the website content (screen readers, PDA's, mobile phones, tablets, etc.). This website was coded using human and machine friendly, structured, semantic markup. Visually, the design is created using cascading style sheets CSS.
Coding is valid (x)HTML5.
This website has been developed in accordance with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendations. It is organized to be easy to navigate and designed to be visually comfortable. If you have any problem using this website please contact us. This site is coded to be accessible to people using assistance devices and browser technology. The visual layout (appearance) is specified using relative-mesurement units to accommodate user initiated text enlargement without breaking the layout.
Responsive coding and design features enable different device technologies to access the content, including:
Adaptive/Responsive features are encoded to ensure support for the widest range of browser software and operating systems.
All pages on this site are hand-coded using WC3 valid (x)HTML 5 syntax and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) for visual appearance and interactive effects. Structured, semantic markup is incorporated throughout this site.
Some links have title attributes which describe the link in greater detail, unless the text of the link already fully describes the target (such as the headline of an article). Links are written to make sense out of context. Content images include descriptive ALT attributes. Decorative only graphics include null ALT attributes.