Viglen is committed to ensuring equality of opportunity to make this site accessible to every visitor. However you may wish to alter the way our website looks.
This website is designed to make it as accessible as possible for all users by providing options to alter it to the way you want it to look.
We will evaluate and develop this site to ensure that it is compliant with Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines 1.0 laid out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
Below we have listed a number of features that you are able to change with step-by-step instructions.
If you have any suggestions or comments about the WAI of this website, please complete the WAI form. Thank you.
The navigation runs across the top of each page and it includes the main sections of the website. Clicking on any of these items will take you to a specific section of the website.
Where the navigation drops down, clicking on any of these items will take you to a sub section.
Quick navigation also runs at the bottom of each page to get to pages that are of significance.
Where the Account Information runs down the right or left, clicking on this bar will take you to further information about your account and products in your basket.
This style of navigation is consistent throughout the site and is customised to Account Customers.
Documents including all the relevant specifications, prices, guidelines, forms,
templates etc. can be opened by clicking on the link name.
Links will have an icon to represent the file type for that document.
Adobe® Acrobat Reader
External links to specific pages or areas of websites with
information relevant to the page, can be opened by clicking on the link name.
Each link will take you to that website, which will open in a new window.
The site map lists published pages, from the main subject headings found on the menu bar at the top of each page of this website.
All images used on this website include Alt tags which are descriptive text alternatives. This allows you to see what the image refers to — if it doesn’t load or has been switched off.
The descriptive text can also be seen by moving the mouse over the image or link.