The site has been built using HTML5 and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) and complies with W3C WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, Level AA.
|Windows||Internet Explorer 9+ (excluding "compatibility views"), Edge, Chrome, Firefox|
|OSX||Safari, Chrome, Firefox (latest versions)|
|iOS 7+||Mobile Safari, Chrome (latest versions)|
|Android||Android Browser, Chrome (latest versions)|
|Windows Phone||Internet Explorer|
Changing text size
The easiest way to change the size of text that appears on screen is through your web browser.
You can zoom in and out of pages to make them bigger and smaller by clicking on the change zoom level button in the bottom right-hand corner of Internet Explorer (magnifying glass with a percentage displayed next to it).
If you have a scroll wheel on your mouse you can zoom in and make a page bigger by holding Ctrl and rolling the wheel away from you (as if scrolling up the page). To make the text smaller, hold Ctrl and roll the wheel towards you.
PC users: Hold down Ctrl and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller.
Mac users: Hold down Cmd and press the + or - keys to make the text bigger or smaller.
Click on the View menu and then select either Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.
Changing colours and fonts
You can also change the text, background colour and fonts that appear in a website.
Click on the Tools menu, then Internet Options.
Click on the Colors button to adjust these settings.
Click on the Fonts button to adjust these settings.
Click on the Accessibility button (near the bottom right hand corner). Here 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.
Click on the Tools menu, then Options. Click on the Fonts & Colors button to adjust these settings.