We believe that websites should be accessible to everyone. Online accessibility, otherwise known as inclusive design, is about making sure that everyone has equal access to information on websites regardless of their physical abilities or disabilities.
There are a few simple ways you can improve the readability of our website listed below:
Many current browsers offer the facility to enlarge/reduce the displayed page in the browser window using ctrl or cmd and the + and – keys. Browsers included are: Chrome, Explorer, Firefox and Safari.
- In Windows use the ctrl + and – keys.
- In Mac use the cmd + and – keys.
If you find the text size too small for you to read, you can enlarge the page by using the following controls:
- In Windows Internet Explorer 6, use the View > Text Size menu.
- In Windows Internet Explorer 7, use the Page > Zoom menu.
- In Windows Internet Explorer 8 & 9, use the Page > Zoom menu.
- In Opera, use the Zoom selector (bottom right of window).
- If you use a wheel-mouse, you may be able to change the text size by holding down the Control or Command key and turning the wheel.
You can use your computer system to improve readability and interactivity:
- Go to System Preferences / Accessibility
- Features include: Display Contrast, Invert Colours, Zoom, VoiceOver, Cursor Size, Captions, Sticky Keys.
- Go to PC Settings / Ease of Access
- Features include: Narrator, Magnifier, High Contrast, Keyboard Sticky Keys, Mouse Pointer Size and Colour.
- To view PDF files, Acrobat Reader is required. Downloadable from http://get.adobe.com/reader/
We welcome feedback on the accessibility and usability of our website. If you have had any problems or issues whilst using our site, please let us know.