Wherever possible this site follows W3C standards for accessible content.
In addition the bulk of this website is purely XHTML based and should be compatible with screen readers: however if you have difficulty accessing these pages please get in touch and let us know the problem and possible solutions that we can implement in updates to the site.
How to alter the text size
Most modern browsers have the ability to zoom the page view, this increases both text and graphics so that everything remains in proportion. This is the preferred method of controlling text size as it provides the user with a permanent text size fix for all websites he or she visits.
Method 1: Hold down the control key and press the '+' key to the desired screen zoom size. Use the '-' key to zoom out again.
Method 2: Hold down the control key and spin the scroll wheel on your mouse.
For Apple Mac
Hold down the Command key and press the '+' key until you have the desired screen zoom size. Use the '-' key to zoom out again.
Older browsers and operating systems
Altering the text size for older browsers is also possible, but commonly less simple. Full instructions are available at the following web page.