The earworms learning website has been designed to be accessible and usable for all visitors. The site has been coded to strict standards to ensure that it operates across multiple platforms and browsers, to enable users to access content, regardless of any personal disability, means of accessing the internet and browser support.
All publicly accessible pages of this site should confirm to at least double-A and in the majority of cases triple-A of the W3C's "web content accessibility guidelines 1.0". If you find any pages that do not conform to these guidelines please contact us.
Our aim is to ensure that this website is fully accessible. Should you experience any difficulties using the site, we would value your feedback, so we can take appropriate steps to resolve them. Please contact us with details of the problem, the name and version of the browser you are using and, if possible the operating system and screen settings used. This website accessibility policy only applies to web pages on the main earworms learning website at www.earwormslearning.com. Other web sites linking from this website may not adhere to the same standards.
All pages on this site use relative font sizes, allowing you to adjust the text size using your web browser.
To increase or decrease the size of the text size in the following browsers perform the following:
Internet Explorer, go to view - Text Size
In Firefox, go to view - Text Size
In Netscape, go to view - Text Zoom
In Opera, go to view - Zoom
We have endeavoured to ensure that: All pages comply with at least Priority 1 and where possible Priority 2 and 3 checkpoints of the W3C Web Content.
All pages on this site validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional. All stylesheets used validate as CSS2.
All pages on this site use structured semantic markup such as h1 tags for main page headings, h2 tags for sub headings, etc. If you find any pages that fail to adhere to these standards please contact us.
This site uses cascading style sheets (CSS) for visual layout and presentation.
The site is best viewed in a 'standards compliant' web browser with proper stylesheet support, for example a recent version of Internet Explorer, Chrome, Safari or Firefox. If you are using a browser that does not support style sheets (e.g. a PDA or text-only browsers), or an older browser with poor stylesheet support (e.g. Netscape 4), the content of each page should remain fully accessible although it will be presented in plain text format.
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