Public Health Institute has taken great care in the development of this website to ensure it is accessible to as many people as possible, including those with disabilities and those using mobile devices or screen readers.
Every effort has been made to conform to level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
The website has been created with accessibility in mind from design to completion. The website has been designed to look uncluttered and clean to enhance its usability.
The size of the text used in the website can be resized using standard browser tools and settings. In most desktop browsers, hold down CTRL and press + to increase the text size and hold down CTRL and press − to decrease the text size.
Public Health Institute have made every effort possible to ensure that the website displays correctly in current and recent versions of all major browsers. It has been designed to be usable at multiple screen resolutions and with all common input devices.
The use of standards-compliant HTML and CSS means that any future browsers will also display the site correctly.