Website Accessibility

Resizing text

If the text is too small (or too big) for you to comfortably read then you can resize it accordingly using your browser settings. Instructions are given for the latest versions of major browsers below:

• From the Page menu choose Text Size and choose the size you want. OR
• Alternatively you can hold down the ctrl key and press the + key to increase the text size. Use the ctrl key with the – (minus) key to reduce the text size
• From the View menu choose Zoom. Select the appropriate option from the zoom menu. OR
• Hold down the ctrl key and press the + key to increase the text size. Use the ctrl key with the – (minus) key to reduce the text size.

Internet Explorer

• From the Page menu choose Text Size and choose the size you want. OR

• Alternatively you can hold down the ctrl key and press the + key to increase the text size. Use the ctrl key with the – (minus) key to reduce the text size

Firefox

• From the View menu choose Zoom. Select the appropriate option from the zoom menu. OR

• Hold down the ctrl key and press the + key to increase the text size. Use the ctrl key with the – (minus) key to reduce the text size.

Opera

• From the View menu choose Zoom. Select the appropriate option from the zoom menu. OR

• Use the + key to increase the text size and the – minus key to reduce it.

Google Chrome

• Hold down the ctrl key and press the + key to increase the text size. Use the ctrl key with the – (minus) key to reduce the text size.

Safari

• From the View menu Select either Make Text Bigger or Make text smaller. OR

• Use the Command key and + to increase text size. Use the Command key with – (minus) to reduce text size.

Changing the colour scheme

If you would benefit from changing the text and background colours for this site, information on how to do this using your browser settings is available on the BBC My Web My Way pages.

Alternative format

If you would like to request content on our site in either large print format, an alternative language or on cd, please contact us and we can help you with this.

How you can help us to improve the site

If you do have any issues with this site please get in touch and we will fix any problems to make sure you can get the most out of the site. We always need volunteers with disabilities to help test the site and let us know where we are inadvertently creating problems. If you wish to be involved please contact us by emailing visitorinformationcentre@nsdc.info.

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