Many browsers support jumping to specific pages by typing a combination of keys defined by the web site. For example, Firefox, pressing "SHIFT ALT 0" will take you to the Home page; on Macintosh, you can press "Control 0" to achieve the same effect.
- Access key 0 - Home
- Access key 1 - Biography
- Access key 2 - Galleries
- Access key 3 - Guestbook
- Access key 4 - Site Map
All other pages can be accessed via keyboard from the Site Map page.
Relative Font Sizes
To allow the user to easily enlarge or decrease the size of the text displayed on the page relative font sizes have been used. The exact method of resizing text varies from browser to browser. For example, on Internet Explorer use "View - Text Size" then select the required size, on Mozilla Firefox simply use "Ctrl +" to enlarge and "Ctrl -" to reduce.
Colours have been chosen to provide sufficient contrast and tested the site with VisCheck to simulate Deuteranope, Protanope, and Tritanope colour vision deficiencies.
Links and Images
Where possible, links and images have sensible alternative text descriptions to benefit those who have chosen to turn images off or are using browser reader software. External links will open in the current browser window.
Cascading Style Sheets have been used to automatically adjust the layout of pages that you choose to print. If you have disabled CSS or have a browser that does not support style sheets, the pages will still print correctly.
This website has been redesigned to comply with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines.