Accessibility

Accessibility


This web site aims to be accessible to all. It has been tested in Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari and is built using HTML5 and CSS3 style sheets. If you have any problems viewing or reading this web site please accept our apologies and contact the webmaster here.

How to change the text size

In Google Chrome

How to change text size in Google Chrome

In Google Chrome, to the right of the address bar you will see an icon containing 3 short horizontal lines. This is the menu, and left clicking on this will bring up a number of options you can change, 8th in this list is a text zoom function, click the plus or minus on this until the text is a more readable size for you.

In Mozilla Firefox

How to change text size in Mozilla Firefox

In Firefox, at the top right you will see an icon containing 3 short horizontal lines. This is the menu, and left clicking on this will bring up a number of options you can change, the second line in this list is a text zoom function, click plus or minus until the text is a more readable size for you.

In Microsoft Internet Explorer

How to change text size in Internet Explorer

In Internet Explorer, under the "Page" menu near the top on the right you can either zoom in on all elements of the page or increase/decrease the text size.

In Safari

How to change text size in Safari

In Safari, under the "Page" menu near the top on the right you can either zoom in on all elements of the page or just the text.

More you can do in your browser

Most modern browsers allow you to use your own style sheet to view web pages. A style sheet is a file that controls the layout and many elements of the web page including text colour and background colour. To find out more about these files, get one, and learn how to set it up in your browser may I recommend visiting this site.