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Accessibility help


We want the content of our website to be available to everyone, regardless of their level of ability or computer experience. As such, our website has been specially designed to follow the Web Availability Initiative (WAI), making it simpler, clearer and easier to navigate for all users.

However, below are a few extra steps that will make it even easier to use.

Using the Keyboard rather than the Mouse

The 'Tab' key can be used to flick through all the links on a page. Then press the 'Enter' key when the desired link is selected to follow the link through.

Text too small?

Internet Explorer

Hold down Ctrl and press + to make the text bigger

Hold down Ctrl and press - to make the text smaller.

You can also click on the View menu and then select Text Size. Click on the text size you require.

Firefox

PC: Hold down Ctrl and press + to make the text bigger.

Hold down Ctrl and press - to make the text smaller

Mac: Hold down Cmd and press + to make the text bigger

Hold down Cmd and press - to make the text smaller.

Safari

Click on the View menu and then select either Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.

Change the Text Font, Colour and Background Colour

You can easily change the text font and colour as well as the background to make reading easier.

Internet Explorer

Click on the Tools menu, then Internet Options. From here you can adjust the colour and font.  If you click on the Accessibility button, you can decide to ignore the colours, font styles and font sizes of the website you are viewing. You can also apply your own style sheet to view websites with your choice of formatting.

Firefox

Click on the Tools menu, then Options. Click on the Fonts & Colours button to adjust these settings.

Feedback

We are continually looking to improve and develop our website and, as such, encourage any comments, suggestions or general feedback. If you are using Adaptive Technology and are experiencing difficulty with this site, please contact marketing@enhamtrust.org.uk telling us what the difficulty appears to be and the technology you are using.

Further help and advice can be found at http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/

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