This website has been designed to allow the user to modify its appearance if they have difficulty reading the text. As well, as it has been coded to comply with the W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) guidelines, it is compatible with screen readers, and other types of assistive technologies.
Keyboard accesskey information:
The support for accesskeys varies from browser to browser however you will find below instructions to use accesskeys on the most popular browsers.
How to change visibility features
The following suggestions to improve the visibility of web pages will apply to any site that you visit. However, you may find that not all pages within a site are compatible. The images on the screen will not be affected. These instructions have been tested with Internet Explorer version 5 and Netscape version 4.7
For Microsoft Internet Explorer
To apply the font and colour changes below permanently:
To enlarge the text:
Combinations of fonts, typefaces and background colours used in web page design may result in text being difficult to read. However, you can choose settings to suit you. For example black text on a yellow background gives a distinct contrast.
To change the text colour and background colour:
To prevent graphics from appearing on web pages:
To change the size of the window:
For Netscape Communicator
To make any changes to your browser settings, you should first open the 'Preferences' box by clicking on 'Edit' and selecting 'Preferences'. You may then choose to make any of the changes listed below.
To change the text font:
If you want to set these fonts for all future usage on your browser, click on 'Use my default fonts overriding document specified fonts'.
To change the text and background colours:
To set these colours as your browser default, click on 'Always use my colours, overriding document'.
To prevent images from loading on web pages: