We've just released some changes to the structure of the public website pages that mean that your website will be more accessible to those with disabilities.

These changes won't be visible on the pages but are in the structure of the pages. Examples of changes are alternate text for the logo on the page so screen readers can use text or audio to tell the user about the purpose of the image on the page.

We have also added page section specifications like navigation, footer and main so screen readers can better determine the purpose of each part of a page.

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