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Accessibility

Accessibility

Our website has been designed to work well across the majority of popular browsers.

The site is designed for a minimum of 1024 x 768 and will expand and readjust to browsers above this screen resolution.

This site uses a responsive design which means it automatically adjusts to fit the size and type of device being used to access it such as a smartphone, tablet or desktop.


HTML

We publish content in HTML format on our website whenever possible.

Some of our content is provided in Portable Document Format (PDF) only. If you have difficulty accessing PDFs, contact us.
 

Navigating the website

Mouse alternative

You can move through the website using the Tab key. To select a menu item or link, press Enter. To go back, press the Shift and Tab key.

This will be of particular use to those who have trouble using, or prefer not to use, a mouse or other pointing device.

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Changing your text size

You can make the text on our web pages bigger (or smaller). This might make it easier for you to read the screen.

Microsoft Edge

  • Click on ‘Settings and more’ (the three dots located in the top right of your browser window).
  • From the drop-down list select settings.
  • Under the appearance tab, scroll down to the Fonts section and choose a font size. Experiment with the different sizes until you find one that best suits you.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click on the menu button (the three horizontal lines located in the top of your window).
  • In the General panel, go down to Language and Appearance.
  • Under Fonts and Colours section, use the drop-down menus to select different font sizes.
  • Experiment with the different font sizes until you find one that best suits your needs.
  • Click OK to close the Fonts window.

Google Chrome

  • Click the customize and control menu icon (three vertical dots located in the upper-right corner of the browser window).
  • Select settings from the drop-down menu.
  • In the left navigation menu, click the ‘Appearance’ option.
  • Once you have opened this section, click the drop-down menu in the Font size entry.
  • Select the desired font size to set as default.
  • Experiment with the different font sizes until you find one that best suits your needs.

Other browsers

  • Please refer to your browser's help for instructions.

Note: Changing your font size in this way will affect all web pages you visit, not just our website.

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Changing your font colours

Not everyone can view all colours well. Some colours are clearer for people than others, so web browsers let you change this setting so that it makes it easier to read a web page.

Please refer to your browser's help for instructions on changing font colours.

Note: Changes made to your font or text colour in this way will affect all web pages you visit, not just our website.
 

Changing your font style

Some font styles are clearer than others, so web browsers let you change this setting to make it easier to read a web page.

You may find it easier to read the information on our site by changing the font style in your web browser to suit your needs.

Microsoft Edge

  • Click on ‘Settings and more’ (the three dots located in the top right of your browser window).
  • From the drop-down list select settings.
  • Under the ‘Appearance’ tab, scroll down to the fonts section and choose the option to customise your font.
  • This page will then let you customise all every variety of text you will encounter on any webpage to the font you desire.
  • Experiment with the different styles of font until you find one that best suits your needs.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Click on the menu button (the three horizontal lines located in the top of your window).
  • In the ‘General’ panel, go down to ‘Language and Appearance’.
  • In the ‘Fonts and Colours’ section, use the drop-down menus to select different styles of font.
  • Experiment with the different styles of font until you find one that best suits your needs.

Google Chrome

  • Click the customize and control menu icon (three vertical dots located in the upper-right corner of the browser window).
  • Select settings from the drop-down menu.
  • In the left navigation menu, click the Appearance option.
  • Once you have opened the Appearance section, click on the ‘customise fonts’ section.
  • This page will then let you customise all every variety of text you will encounter on any webpage to the font you desire.
  • Experiment with the different styles of font until you find one that best suits your needs.

Other browsers

  • Please refer to your browser's help for instructions.

Note: Changes made to your font colours in this way will affect all web pages you visit, not just our website.

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Feedback

We welcome your suggestions and comments. Please contact us if you are having any accessibility issues with our site.

 

More information

Below are links to web pages with support information for various web browsers:

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Last modified: 23 August 2021