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Accessibility

We are committed to ensuring that the ACNS website is available to as many users as possible

This website has been designed and built to conform to level Double-A of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.  These guidelines explain how to make web content more accessible for people with any ability or technology impairment. 

This site has been built using best practise web standards such as HTML5 and CSS, ensuring a consistent user experience on modern web browsers; older browsers, may display layout inconsistencies and might have difficulty showing certain content.

Any users experiencing issues accessing the ACNS content may use the low bandwidth version, which simplifies the user interface for slower connections and older devices.

You can switch back to the full bandwidth version here.

We strive to make our content as accessible as possible. If you have any questions or need help accessing content on the ACNS website please contact us.

Changing Text Sizes

The default user interface design allows the resizing of text contained in the main body of the page using your web browser. The method you use to resize the default text size varies between browsers.

If your browser supports JavaScript you may also use the AAA links on the site header to change the overall font sizes.

The following links demonstrate how to change font sizes on each of the following desktop browsers. Please note specific instructions might apply depending on the browser version and Operative System (OS)