We have done various things to make this site accessible, but you can customise it to make it work for you..
These web pages have been designed to allow you to resize the text using your browser. The Web Guide tells you how to resize text when pages have been designed in this way.
This website works with screen readers which can read and recognise links, tables, header, lists and forms.
Images use either alternative text or captions to describe their meaning to screen readers. Purely decorative images without any meaning are ignored by screen readers.
Web pages sent to print are formatted appropriately. Areas of the page which are not useful in print, such as navigation, are removed. If you prefer a different style you could select and copy the text, paste it into a word-processing application, change the style and print it.
The hypertext markup language (HTML) used to structure web pages complies with XHTML 1.0 strict specifications. The cascading style sheets (CSS) used to style web pages comply with CSS 2.1 specifications.
These web pages will look consistent and work in a similar way across a wide range of browsers and devices, now and in the future.
CSS provides the default design for web pages including text size, colour, images and layout. Customise this site allows you to adjust the design easily according to your preferences.
Navigation menus are styled consistently to improve usability. These include
We use the National Center for Accessible Media (NCAM) player to display video and audio content.
The video player has synchronised captions, keyboard access, full screen rendering and keyword search.
The audio player has synchronised captions and keyword search.
Full transcripts are always available to screen readers.
Customise this site by changing the text size, style or background colour