Accessibility Information

If you are experiencing problems with our font sizes, font colours or font style, you can change your settings in your internet browser according to the following instructions.

Increasing Font Size

PC

Internet Explorer 7 Use the magnifying glass tool in the bottom right to zoom into the page.

Internet Explorer 7, 6 and 5 View > Text Size and choose from Smallest to Largest.

Internet Explorer 4 View > Fonts and choose from Smallest to Largest.

Firefox View > Text Size and choose increase or decrease

Netscape 6 View >Text Size and choose Smaller or Larger or a percentage.

Netscape 4.7 View > Increase Font.

Netscape 4.6 or 4.5 Edit > Preferences, then choose Fonts and change the setting accordingly.

MAC

Internet Explorer 5 Edit >Preferences > Web Browser > Language/Fonts and choose the size you want.

Internet Explorer 4.5 Edit > Preferences > Web Browser > Browser Display and choose from Smallest to Largest.

Netscape 4. Edit > Preferences> Appearances > Fonts and change the font size. 

Changing the Font from Arial

PC

Internet Explorer 7, 6 or 5 Click on Tools > Internet Options > General > Fonts and choose a different font (e.g. Times New Roman) as the web page font. To make sure that other people's web pages display in your chosen font, you then need to click the Accessibility button and check the 'Ignore font styles specified on Web pages' box.

Firefox Tools > Options > Content > and click the 'Advanced' button in the Font & Colours box. Untick "Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selection above.", and use the selection tool to choose your own font settings.

Internet Explorer 4 Click on View > Internet Options > General > Fonts > Proportional Font and choose a different font (e.g. Times New Roman), as the web page font. To make sure that other people's web pages display in your chosen font, you then need to click the Accessibility button and check the 'Ignore font styles specified on Web pages' box.

Netscape browsers Click on Edit > Preferences > Appearance > Fonts and choose Arial as the Variable Width Font, then check the 'Use my default fonts, overriding document-specified fonts' box to ensure that other people's pages will display in the font you have chosen.

MAC

Internet Explorer 5 or 4.5 Edit > Preferences > Web Browser > Language/Fonts and choose the font you want from the Proportional box.

Netscape 4.75 Edit > Preferences > Appearances > Fonts and change the font. 

Changing the Font Colour

PC

Internet Explorer 7, 6 or 5 Click on Tools > Internet Options > General > Fonts and choose a different font (eg Times New Roman), as the web page font. To make sure that other people's web pages display in your chosen font, you then need to click the Accessibility button and check the 'Ignore font styles specified on Web pages' box.

Firefox Tools > Options > Content > and click the 'Colours' button in the Font & Colours box. Untick "Allow pages to choose their own colours, instead of my selection above.", and use the selection tool to choose your own colour settings.

Internet Explorer 4 Click on View > Internet Options > General > Fonts > Proportional Font and choose a different font (eg Times New Roman), as the web page font. To make sure that other people's web pages display in your chosen font, you then need to click the Accessibility button and check the 'Ignore font styles specified on Web pages' box.

Netscape browsers Click on Edit > Preferences > Appearance > Fonts and choose Arial as the Variable Width Font, then check the 'Use my default fonts, overriding document-specified fonts' box to ensure that other people's pages will display in the font you have chosen.

MAC

Internet Explorer 5 Edit > Preferences > Web Browser > Web Content and choose the colour you want for background, text and hyperlinks.

Internet Explorer 4.5 Edit > Preferences > Web Browser > Browser Display and choose the colour you want for background, text and hyperlinks.

Netscape 4.75 Edit > Preferences > Appearances > Fonts and choose the colours you want.

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