The Trojan Project is committed to making our web site as accessible to as wide an audience as possible.
- Standards Compliance
- Accessible Design
- Cascading Style Sheets
- Resizable Fonts
- Downloading Portable Document Format (PDF) Files
- Browser Compatability
We have ensured that we have met or we exceed the requirements of both the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) and Section 508 of the American Workforce Investment Act of 1998. We strive to obey the spirit of the UK Disability Discrimination Act 1995 with respect to the provision of services online, as required by the Disability Rights Commission. We aim to make all our pages validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional and use structured semantic mark-up.
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Many Internet users with disabilities find websites difficult or even impossible to use simply because of the way they are designed. This website has been designed to be as accessible as possible and to be compatible with the types of adaptive technology used by people with disabilities, including screen readers.
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CSS, short for Cascading Style Sheets, a new feature being added to HTML that gives both Web site developers and users more control over how pages are displayed. With CSS, designers and users can create style sheets that define how different elements, such as headers and links, appear. These Style Sheets can then be applied to any Web page. The PINS site uses 2 CSS styles one for screen and one for print - making the site more accessible to users.
The text is equivalent to 12pt and in Arial or Helvetica. You may change the font size of this document to your preference through your browser. In Internet Explorer, select View, then Text Size, and then your preferred size. In Netscape select View, then Text Zoom, and then your preferred percentage size.
Documents marked PDF are saved in Portable Document Format (PDF). To read them you will need a copy of Adobe Acrobat Reader. The Acrobat Reader software is available for downloading free of charge. Take me to Adobe Acobat
Viewers with visual difficulties may find it useful to investigate services provided by Adobe to improve the accessibility of Adobe Acrobat documents - http://access.adobe.com
The site has been optimised for Internet Explorer 5.5 and above and in Netscape 6.
It is recommended that you keep your preferred Browser as up to date as possible.