We want to make sure everyone can access the information provided on this site and are continually looking at ways to improve accessibility for all users.
All images have ALT tags. Where appropriate, ALT tags provide screen reader users and those with images turned off with a description of the content of the picture. The site is built using HTML with a simple layout and textsize can be changed if necessary. The following tips might help you.
Is the text size too large or too small?
You can change your text settings through your browser options:
In Internet Explorer, go to View > Text size and select your desired text size setting (eg, larger, smaller).
In Firefox, go to View > Text size and increase/decrease using Ctrl and + or -
If you have a scroll wheel on your mouse, you can hold down Ctrl and scroll back or forth to increase or decrease the font size in both IE and Firefox. Changing your computer screen settings
To change the size of the image shown on your screen on a PC running Windows 95 and upwards, go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Display > Settings and change the desktop area by using the sliding bar.
On an Apple Macintosh, you can use the Monitor & Sound Control Panel to change the resolution.
Having difficulty with your keyboard or mouse?
You can fine-tune your mouse and keyboard settings under Start > Settings > Control Panel > Accessibility in Windows 95/98/NT/2000 and XP.