Accessibility

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Accessibility

Changing font size
You can customise your browser to make the text larger.

If you are using Firefox

Instead of changing the size of everything, you can just change the size of the text.
1. Press the Alt key to temporarily bring up the traditional Firefox menus. On the menu at the top, click View, then go to Zoom.
2. Select Zoom Text Only. This makes the controls only change the size of text; not images.

If You Ue Safari

You can increase or decrease just the font size of pages that you view in Safari on macOS Sierra. Safari will remember your settings until you clear your History.
To increase the font size, press Option-Command-Plus sign (+)
To decrease the font size, press Option-Command-Minus sign (-)
Or you can go to the View menu and hold down the Option key while you select Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.

If You Ue Google Chrome

You can adjust the size of text on webpages.
1. Click the Chrome menu Chrome menu on the browser toolbar.
2. Select Settings.
3. Click Show advanced settings.
4. In the "Web Content" section, use the "Font size" drop-down menu to make adjustments.
Some websites prevent the browser from changing just text size. For those sites, Chrome won’t be able to adjust the font size.

Design
We have used a common accessible design throughout the website rather than providing text only pages for disabled users.

Links
Many links have title attributes that describe the link in greater detail.
Link text is never duplicated. Two links with the same link text always point to the same web address.
All links can be followed in any browser.

Viewing Options All pages on this site use cascading style sheets for visual layout. You can change the font size and colour contrast via your Internet Browser.

Graphics, Pictures and Images Where we use graphics, pictures and images, we include text descriptions - 'Alt-Tags' - to meet accessibility guidelines.