This website has been designed to be accessible to the widest possible number of users.
Access keys are used throughout this site. We have followed web standards and these pages have an access key assigned to it.
Different browsers use different keystroke combinations to activate access key shortcuts:
Alt+ [the access key]
- Internet Explorer for Windows
- Chrome for Windows (note that Shift is required in some circumstances)
- Safari for Windows
Shift+Alt+ [the access key]
- Firefox for Windows
Ctrl+Option+ [the access key]
- Safari for Mac
- Chrome for Mac
- Firefox for Mac
The links and pop-up menus on this site can be traversed using the Tab key or to go to the previous link use Shift+Tab. The highlighted link can then be opened using the Enter key.
There are many other keyboard shortcuts which you can use when browsing the web, such as Alt+◀ to go back to the previous page. Others are listed here.
Adjusting text size
The site is designed so that it displays well even with very large text. You can adjust the text size of your web browser:
- Ctrl++ to increase text size
- Ctrl+- to reduce text size
- Ctrl+0 to return to normal size
Or set the preferred size in your browser's options.
Accessible Rich Internet Applications Suite
We have followed the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Accessibility Initiative which helps to make dynamic web content accessible to screen readers and accessibility tools. Introduction to WAI.