ACCESSIBILITY

This website conforms to the W3C accessibility guidelines for level AA compliance. Text size can be increased (or decreased) on most websites. The controls for this vary from one web browser to another, but can usually be found within your browser’s ‘View’ menu or via ‘Help’. Below are instructions for widely used browsers.

Firefox (Mac and PC)

Go to the ‘View’ menu and use the Zoom function. You can also increase or decrease the text size by using the CMD key together with the + or – key.

Chrome (Mac and PC)

Go to the ‘Preferences’ menu and use the Zoom function. You can also increase or decrease the text size by using the CTRL key together with the + or – key.

Internet Explorer 9/10/11 (PC)

Go to the ‘View’ menu and select your preferred setting in ‘Text Size’. The default is medium. If you use a mouse with a wheel you ca also alter the text size by holding down the CTRL key on your keyboard whilst scrolling up or down with the wheel.

Please note: Internet Explorer 7/8 is no longer supported. If you are currently using one of these you can download the latest version from Microsoft.

Safari (Mac and PC)

Go the ‘View’ menu and use Zoom function. You can also increase or decrease the text size by using the CMD key together with the + or – key.

Opera (Mac and PC)

Use the ‘Zoom’ function in the bottom right hand corner of the browser.