Accessibility

We want the information on this site to be accessible by the widest variety of people. We can't guarantee that this site is readable by everyone on the internet, but here are a few tips which may be useful if you are having trouble viewing these pages.

Printer Friendly Style Sheet

This website includes a Printer-Friendly style sheet which removes the headings and lists in full all the web links from any page you want to print.

Easy read mode

You will need cookies enabled to utilise easy read functionality.

Easy read mode removes almost all formatting and switches to a high contrast colour scheme with a large font. It also disables dynamic elements which could hinder comprehension, such as expanding lists.

To enable easy read mode, click enable easy read mode at the bottom left of the page.

Easy read mode settings are stored in your browser, so it will remain enabled for the duration of your visits to the site until you disable it.

Other Modifications

You can change the way this website looks to suit your needs. The settings available differ from browser to browser, but most browsers offer some or all of the following:

Changing the text size

You can change the text size of a website to suit your needs.

Most Browsers (PC): Hold down Ctrl and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller.

Most Browsers (Macintosh): Hold down ⌘ and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller.

Internet Explorer: You can also click on the View menu and then select Text Size. Click on the text size you require.

Safari: Click on the View menu and then select either Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.

Google Chrome and Chromium: Click on the Wrench Icon in the upper right hand corner, and use the + and - icons to increase or decrease the size.

Changing colours and fonts

In any common browser, you should be able to change the text, background colour and fonts that appear in any website. This overrides the website's custom style, and allows you fine grained control over your reading experience.

Internet Explorer: Click on the Tools menu, then Internet Options. From here you can adjust the colour and font.

If you click on the Accessibility button, you can decide to ignore the colours, font styles and font sizes of the website you are viewing. You can also apply your own style sheet to view websites with your choice of formatting.

Firefox: Click on the Tools menu, then Options. Click on the Fonts & Colours button to adjust these settings.


Link Reference

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