Accessibility

Making this website easy for everyone to use

We’ve worked hard to make this website easy for everyone to use. Here are just a few of the things we have done to make it accessible for all.

The website is designed with a logical content structure to help you find what you’re looking for as quickly and easily as possible. (Please see the site map if you need further help).

We have used a non-serif font and a colour scheme which is easy on the eye.

We have used a 940 (pixels) screen width which means no horizontal scrolling is required.

We have used standards-compliant semantic markup to ensure compatibility across many browsers, screen readers, alternative media-types and assistance software.

The End-user can switch to a text-only version of the website at any point. This uses cookies and alternative style sheets to render the content in a high-contrast, pure text mode.

Increasing the text size

If you would like to increase/decrease the text size, please try using one of the methods below:

If you use Internet Explorer, go to View > Text size

If you use Firefox, go to View > Text size

If you use Netscape, go to Edit > Preferences > Appearance > Fonts

If you use Opera, go to File > Preferences > Fonts > Minimum font size (pixels)