Using this site
- Change the text size
- Adapt your computer
- Navigating this site
- Downloading documents
- Standards compliance
We've endeavoured to make this website usable and accessible to a wide range of users. This page explains some of the features which should make this site easier to use. There are also links to other websites that can help you. If you are experiencing any problems accessing the information on this site .
- A 'skip to content' link and a 'skip to main navigation' link is available in the header section to provide quick access to these sections on the page.
- You can use the keyboard to access all pages of this site.
- Images have alternative descriptive text except images that are purely decorative.
- Access keys are not implemented due to conflict issues with some assistive technologies.
- Each page has a link to the site map listing all the pages within our
Change the text size
- Internet Explorer: View > Text size
- Firefox: View > Text size
- Opera: File > Preferences > Fonts > Minimum font size (pixels)
- Netscape: View > Text
Adapt your computer
To find out ways to adapt your computer specifically for your requirements visit the BBC My Web, My Way website.
Navigating this site
- You can access the main sections of this website in the left hand menu
- You can navigate within each section using the secondary menu that appears in the left hand side.
- There is a 'breadcrumb trail' above the page title which shows you where you are in the site. You can click each link in the breadcrumb trail to navigate around.
- There is a site map listing all pages on the website.
- The home page can be reached by clicking on the lo
This site is expected to reach Priority Level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). The site will be fully tested in it's live environment before any badges are applied.
- This site has been built to XHTML 1.0 standards
- This site has been built to CSS 2.0 standar