This website has been built to meet Level 2 (AA) of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (opens in a new window) enabling a majority of users to access the information on it.
You can change the way you view the website using tools built into your web browser.
This website has been built to allow a user to change the text size to suit them. Ways of changing the text size vary among browsers:
Click on ‘View’ in the top menu bar or ‘Page’ in the command bar. Next, click ‘Text Size’ and select your preferred text size from the options.
Click on the settings icon (either a spanner or three horizontal lines in the top right hand corner) and click on – and + next to zoom.
Click on ‘View’ in the top menu bar. Next, click ‘Text Size’ and select ‘Increase’ or ‘Decrease’ as preferred.
Opera is slightly different in the way it re-sizes text. Rather than the text size increasing or decreasing, the entire page zooms. To zoom in or out on a page:
Click on ‘View’ in the top menu bar. Next, click ‘Zoom’ and select your preferred zoom level from the options.
Viewing in a plain layout
Some browsers allow you to remove styling attributes specified by the web page. This can be useful for people who prefer to view sites on specific coloured backgrounds, read a particular font or use a combination of specific colours.
Click on ‘Tools’ in the top menu bar. Next, click ‘Internet Options’. Click on the ‘Accessibility’ button at the bottom right of the dialogue box. A new dialogue box will open, offering you three formatting choices. Click each checkbox that corresponds to your preferences.
Click on ‘View’ in the top menu bar. Next, click on ‘Page Style’ and then select ‘No Style’.
This website contains PDF (Portable Document Format) files. To read these you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (will open in a new window).