We have tried to make this website easy to use for everyone, whether or not you have any disabilities. Our aim is to make it usable and accessible by ensuring it meets the W3C/WAI WCAG 2 Level ‘A’ standard checklist.
We have tried to make all our content straightforward and understandable.
Getting your computer and browser working for you
Most computers and browsers provide accessibility options, such as magnifying your screen or changing your font. These can be adjusted in order to improve your experience. The BBC offers excellent guides and videos, covering the full range of options. They are collected within the following areas:
- I can’t see very well
- I am blind
- I can’t hear very well
- I find a keyboard or mouse hard to use
- I find words difficult
There are Access Keys (keyboard shortcuts) available on this site.
Windows: Press ALT + Access Key
Macintosh: Press Control + Access Key
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Improving this site: feedback or queries
We are always keen to improve the accessibility of this website. If you have experienced any difficulties using this site, please let us know. You can get in touch by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 7278 4437.
It would really help if you let us know:
- the URL (web address) of the page that you are having difficulties with;
- the nature of your disability, if any; and
- a description of the problem.
If you have a solution to suggest, please feel free to do so!