We have taken reasonable steps to make the content on this site accessible to our visitors. The information below explains ways in which the user can change how their computer or web browser operates to make it easier to view.
Most modern browsers have settings which allow users to change the size of text, or change the page-zoom.*
Shortcut to zoom in or increase text size:
(On Windows) Hold 'Ctrl' and tap the '+' key.
(On Mac) Hold 'Cmd' and tap the '+' key.
Shortcut to zoom out or decrease text size:
(On Windows) Hold 'Ctrl' and tap the '-' key.
(On Mac) Hold 'Cmd' and tap the '-' key.
In order to revert the text size to the original size:
(On Windows) Hold 'Ctrl' and tap the '0' key.
(On Mac) Hold 'Cmd' and tap the '0' key.
This site is written using HTML, which means that the page can be read as plain text for those with page styling (CSS) disabled in their browser settings, or if a visitor is using a screenreader. Examples of screenreaders include Jaws and Window-Eyes. There are also freeware screenreaders such as NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access), Thunder and NaturalReader. Some commercial packages, such as SuperNova, LunarPlus and ZoomText, offer magnification and speech.
Text and background colours
It is possible to change the colours displayed in your browser if you find them difficult to read. The way to do this differs upon your browser.
For information on how to make adjustments to the text and colours of your webite please visit http://www.w3.org/WAI/changedesign. The BBC also has excellent guides on how to make the web more accessible to your needs. http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/guides/
*Examples of modern browsers are the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, Opera, and Chrome.