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Accessibility

Accessibility and you

We have created this website with you in mind. We want you to be able to use our website comfortably and confidently. This means that we have taken some very important issues into consideration.

We have tried our best to make sure you can:

  • View the website easily using different size screens
  • Access the website using different browsers
  • Increase the size of the text for easier reading

Below are explanations of the above points. However, if you would like to learn more about how you can make this website, and others, more accessible, please make use of AbilityNet's online tutorials.

View the website easily using different size screens

We have designed the website in such a way that it will fit onto screens as small as 800x600 pixels to larger screens such as 1024x768 pixels, and larger, and still remain readable.

Access the website using different browsers

You can use the following browsers to access this website:

Increase the size of the text for easier reading

You can simply increase the size of the text on this website for easier reading. The way in which you do this depends on the type of browser you are using, as explained below.

Increase the text size in Internet Explorer


Towards the top left hand corner of your browser window you'll see the View option, Click on this (or press Alt + V on your keyboard) and then click on Text Size (or press X on your keyboard). From here you will be able to adjust the size of the text.

Increase the text size in Mozilla Firefox


Towards the top left hand corner of your browser window you'll see the View option, Click on this (or press Alt + V on your keyboard) and then click on Text Size (or press Z on your keyboard). From here you will be able to adjust the size of the text.

Increase the text size in Safari


Towards the top left hand corner of your browser window you'll see the View option, Click on this. From here you will be able to adjust the size of the text.

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