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New Packages...
We have introduced 5 New tailored hosting packages covering everything from basic home user sites right through to fully enabled systems for SME's covering Hosting, Managed eMail and eCommerce as well as Blogs, Forums and Photo Galleries + much more

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30 Years Experience
The two main directors of Deb Internet have over 30 years combined experience of large scale IT implementation and management from firstly the Investment banks and then from Commercial Internet Hosting. The aim in setting up Deb Internet was to bring this level of experience and scale to the SME and home user market.
"By bringing together high availability systems and competitively priced packages, We believe we can offer a breath of fresh air in a market that is plagued by unreliable and uncaring providers with little or no idea about customer service"

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Website accessibility

A commitment to Accessibility

We are committed to making sure that everyone has access to our website and its content. Our aim is to ensure that everyone is able to read the details contained within.

Our sites are designed to help accessibility by, where possible, following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as part of their Web Accessibility Initiative.

These sites fully utilise CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to separate content from presentation, reducing file sizes and increasing download speeds. Most images have been regulated to the CSS document and where possible text alternatives for graphical content have been provided. The site is also accessible to users whose browsers do not support JavaScript.

There are currently a couple of areas which may cause some accessibility issues:
1. Security images (visual verification images)
For security reasons, images that require visual verification of characters may be used as part of site. These types of images may not be accessible to users with certain types of impairments. We are actively searching for a more accessible replacement for these images. If you are experiencing problems with an image, please mail us.

2. Adverse effects when changing text and background colours
Where colours are used, we have tried to ensure maximum contrast between foreground and background items, according to the W3C's suggested formula. We are aware some users need to use their own text and background colour settings. Users are able to change the colour options with ease, however, when they are changed it can cause adverse effects in the browser and certain content fails to be displayed (this content currently includes some pictures and logos). If you are experiencing problems with colour contrast, please mail us.

Accessibility issues
If you experience any difficulties accessing our pages, please contact us and we will endeavor to provide you with the information you need.