Accessibility

Accessibility

We have designed our webpage for it to be the most accessible possible for all users.

Access keys

The "Access keys" are a combination of keys that may be used instead of the mouse for browsing certain webpages.

Internet Explorer Users

If using Windows, press the Alt key and the key corresponding to the page you want to see, and then release both keys. Press "Enter" to access the page.

To access:

  • The "Accessibility page", simultaneously long press the Alt and '0' keys. Release the keys. Press "Enter".
  • The "Homepage", simultaneously long press the Alt and '1' keys. Release the keys. Press "Enter".
  • The content on the "Homepage", simultaneously long press the Alt and 'S' keys. Release the keys. Press "Enter".
  • The "Sitemap", simultaneously long press the Alt and '3' keys. Release the keys. Press "Enter".

Mac Users

If using a Mac, press the Ctrl key, simultaneously with the access key corresponding to the page in order to automatically access it.

To access:

  • The "Accessibility page", simultaneously long press the Ctrl and '0' keys.
  • The "Homepage", simultaneously long press the Ctrl and '1' keys.
  • The content on the "Homepage", simultaneously long press the Ctrl and 'S' keys.
  • The "Sitemap", simultaneously long press the Ctrl and '3' keys.

Note: Your browser may not accept the use of access keys.

Font size

You can change the font size on this site to your liking via your browser. In Internet Explorer, select "View", and then "Font size", and then the size you want. In Netscape, select "View", and then "Expand text", and then the size you want as a percentage.

Style sheets

You may import your own style sheet to this website. In Internet Explorer, select "Tools", and then "Internet Options", and then select “Accessibility.” Then select any of the verification boxes to omit the colour, styles or font size selection. On the same window you can change the style sheet by clicking on the 'format the documents using my style sheet´ and then move through your folder structure until you find your style sheet and then click "ok".

In Netscape, click on "Edit", then "Preferences", and then "Appearance." Here you can select your own colours and fonts.

Feedback

We have checked this webpage thoroughly, but we are hoping to improve our programming and would like to hear your opinion on accessibility to this site or if you have had any problems. Send your comments or suggestions via our contact webpage.

PDF Accessibility

This website has been designed to be more accessible and compatible with the types of specified technology adapted to people with disabilities, including screen readers.

We recommend users download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat to be able to view the Abode PDF files.

The Adobe Acrobat 6.0 software offers a series functions that improve access for disabled users. Including the following:

  • PDF file voice reading using the "text to voice" function on the standard operating system.
  • This allows more control when using screen readers.
  • Evaluate the accessibility of an Adobe PDF file.
  • Create quick access documents and Adobe PDF forms.
  • Reduce the size of the Adobe PDF tagged file to favour faster downloading times./li>

The Adobe Acrobat 5.0 software also offers improved access for disabled users.

  • Convert PDF files, either new or previously existing, to tagged Adobe PDF with the optional "Make Accessible" plug-in.
  • Include tools to detect problems and optimise PDF files to obtain greater accessibility, including improved access, "Keyword set", amongst others.
  • Offers greater usability, which includes the combination of improved keys, help visualise high contrasts, and the capacity to expand the screen and replace text on the screen.

For more information on PDF accessibility, visit: http://www.adobe.com/accessibility/

Note: Some of our Adobe PDF files may not be completely accessible for screen readers.

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