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Accessibility

This website has been designed and programmed to be as accessible as possible and to be compatible with the types of adaptive technology used by people with disabilities, including screen readers. The navigation, content and functionality of the site is useable in text only browsers.

Web standards

This site adheres to web standards, which are technologies carefully designed to deliver the greatest benefits to the greatest number of web users while ensuring the long-term viability of any documents published on the Web.

The code conforms to HTML 4.01 and CSS standards and validates according to the recommendations of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Text sizes

You may change the text size of this site to your preference through your browser.

  • In Internet Explorer, select View - Text Size then choose size.
  • In Netscape select View - Text Zoom then choose size.
  • In Firefox select View - Text Size then choose size.
  • In Opera temporary changes can be made using the "+" on the keyboard (some versions may also require you to press the "shift" key as well. For permanent changes select Tools - Preferences then choose Web pages then Page zoom.

To zoom in or out on a Web page:

  • Press CTRL + PLUS SIGN (+) to zoom in, or CTRL + HYPHEN (-) to zoom out.

Style sheets

You may import your own style sheet into this website.

  • In Internet Explorer, select Tools - Internet options and then Accessibility.
  • In Netscape, select Edit - Preferences and then Appearance.
  • In Opera, select File - Preferences and then Page style. From the drop down box next to Default mode select User mode select My style sheet.

Latest developments

Web accessibility programming is developing rapidly, so we cannot guarantee that the information on this page is up to date.

For the latest guidance on how to get help with

  • Seeing websites
  • Hearing websites
  • Reading websites
  • Adapting your keyboard and mouse
  • Filling in web forms

Follow this link to My Web My Way which is a partnership between bbc.co.uk and AbilityNet.