We have built this website so the content is easy to use for as many people as possible, regardless of their disability or impairment. Although we have taken steps to make this site Accessible for visually impaired people, we would still welcome your comments on how we can improve it. You can give us feedback by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view this site using the standard text size or you can choose to make the text larger (or smaller) by changing the text size option in your web browser. In Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari this option is under the View menu on the toolbar.
Our website is compliant with screen readers such as VoiceOver on Macs and JAWS on PCs.
Accessibility of PDFs
PDF Accessibility has been improved since 2021. Most PDFs on this website are Accessible to screen readers in terms of text content. However, some of the older PDFs uploaded to this website contain images, tables, charts and contents lists that were not structured with Accessibility metadata at the time of creation. Please contact email@example.com if you require assistance with any specific PDFs embedded or linked to on the website.
General advice about Accessibility
For additional help on accessing websites we strongly recommend you visit the BBC Accessibility Help pages. These pages offer extensive support on different ways to customise your browser, PC or MAC, and keyboard. It also recommends various software packages which can assist users in accessing a wide range of websites.
The Word Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is an organisation that employs experts who know how to make websites more accessible or easier to use. The W3C experts have written a number of standards or guides to help website developers ensure that the sites they are building are accessible to as many people as possible.
This site follows the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines set out by W3C.