We want our website to be accessible and easy to use for everyone.
Resizing the text
If you want to, you should be able to resize almost all of the text using your browser controls (a few bits of the text are actually graphic images and therefore have a fixed size).
Simplifying the layout
To find out how to simplify your text please click here. This will remove our styling from the pages and lay the information out in the simplest possible way.
Changing your browser options
You might find the links below helpful if you are unfamiliar with the controls built into your web browser.
For detailed information about changing the display options for Firefox, click here (link will open in a new window).
For detailed information about changing the display options for Internet Explorer, click here (link will open in a new window).
All pages on this site should be valid to XHTML 1.0 Transitional and use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS).
We also follow the Worldwide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 and aim to meet all level A and double-A checkpoints.
The site has been tested in a range of web browsers, including text only browsers and speech readers.