Accessibility

Our website has been designed to be accessible and user friendly by following the W3C’s WAI accessibility guidelines as closely as possible. This website is designed to be accessible in the following ways:

Colour Scheme and Text

The colour scheme ensures text and background are well-contrasted and easy to read. Fonts and text size display well on different platforms.

PDF Files

Adobe Acrobat reader will be needed to open PDF files on our website. You can download Adobe Reader, or to view within your browser without installing additional software, use a tool such as Google Docs.

How to Change the Size of Text:

Internet Explorer

Click on the ‘View’ menu and choose the ‘Text Size’ option, then the text size you require.

Firefox/Mozilla/Netscape

Click on the ‘View’ menu, then click on ‘Zoom’ and choose Zoom In or Zoom Out.

Chrome

Choose 'zoom' from the main menu

Safari

Click on the ‘View’ menu, then select ‘Text Size’ and choose to increase or decrease the text size.

Opera

Click on the ‘View’ menu, then select ‘Zoom’.

Screen Resolution

Depending on your platform, your screen’s resolution can be changed to make the screen smaller or larger:

Windows – Click on Start > Control Panel > Display > Settings.
Apple Macintosh – Click on System Preferences > Displays > Resolution.
Linux – GNOME Desktop: Click on System > Preferences > Screen Resolution.
KDE Desktop: Click on K Menu > Computer > System Settings > Display.

More information can be found on the W3C’s web page on how to change text size or colours.