This is text that appears over images when our visitors’ cursor hovers over the image. The alternative text will not appear when an image is used for exclusively decorative purposes. Also, this alternative text is generally only visible when the browser’s automatic image loading feature is turned off.
A sitemap is available on the site.
Invisible ‘jump to content’ and ‘jump to navigation’ links at the top of each page enable people using text-to-voice browsers to bypass the navigation bar and go directly to the main content each time a page is accessed.
Navigation menus appear on the left-hand side of the website’s pages. Your screen reader can read this menu to you and provide access to the tools on this page.
You can navigate around the web site successfully and easily without using a mouse.
We try to write all text links so they make sense even when read out of context.
We try to restrict our colour to decorative purposes, and do not relay information exclusively through colour. Nonetheless, if you chose, you can use your web browser options to choose your own colours. How you do this will depend on which browser you are using:
- Chrome: select Tools → Advanced → Accessibility
- Internet Explorer: select Tools → Internet Options → General → Colours
- Firefox: select Tools → Options → Content → Colours
- Opera: select Tools → Preferences → Fonts and Page Style
- Safari: select Safari → Preferences → Appearance.
An alternative to changing the font size, as described above, is to change the resolution of the entire screen. Again, the process will depend on which sort of computer you are using:
- PC users should select Start → Control Panel → Display → Settings
- Mac users should select System Preferences → Displays → Resolution
In most browsers, you can easily increase or decrease the size of the text. How you do this will depend on what kind of computer you have.
PC users should hold down the control key (CTRL) and then press “+” for larger text, “-” for smaller text or the number “0” to return to the text’s original size.
Mac users should hold down the command key (“command” or “CMD”) and then press “+” for larger text, “-” for smaller text or the number “0” to return to the text’s original size.
This website is compatible with all common internet browsers including:
- Internet Explorer 9.0 and above
- Chrome 32.0 and above
- Firefox 30.0 and above
- Safari 7.0 and above on Mac
This website is compatible with common tablet and mobile devices.
You can download any of the latest versions of these browsers via the following links: