Audio clips on this website are in MP3 format, commonly in use on the internet. Free players are available for you to download so you can listen to these clips if your computer does not already have a player installed.
The latest versions of the most frequently used browsers can be downloaded free of charge from their websites.
Documents are made available in a variety of formats for website users to download. Where appropriate, guidance will be offered on how to download these.
There are three banners (promotional or 'promo' banners) on the 'Residents', 'Business' and 'Grid for Learning' homepages. These banners are used to promote services which we provide. This page describes how the banners work.
Help with using the iMap - Public Rights of Way mapping system.
West Sussex County Council is committed to producing information on our website in plain English.
How you can translate this site by using either Babel Fish or Google Translate.
westsussex.gov.uk contains links to other websites. These links are provided to offer more information which you may like to explore.
If you are experiencing problems with legibility, or you find that this site is uncomfortable to read, you may wish to consider changing some of the default settings of your browser.
You can move to different pages by using main categories on the menu bar on the left of each page; move your cursor over the underlined text (or hyperlinked image) and you will notice the cursor change to a hand.
To report any errors, broken links and so on, please contact us online.
You can make your search more relevant if you understand how searches are conducted and how you can modify your query to change the way the search is carried out.
Information on the sharing buttons and third party widgets that we use throughout the site.
Our website is registered with the Internet Content Rating Association (ICRA). Some applications designed to protect children will in future not allow access to any site that does not have a suitable ICRA rating.
We are making use of video files on this site. These are generally in the Windows Media Video File format (WMV).
Introduction and information about the pop-up survey we use on our website.