Last updated: 10th of November, 2015.

This website strives to adhere to the guidelines as provided by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) for delivering features that are well accessible to all users – regardless of age or physical abilities. If you have any trouble viewing this site or using any of its features, we suggest that you scroll down and identify which Operating System (OS) and Web Browser you are currently using in order to do needful changes for better accessibility.

Operating Systems (OS) that this website is compatible with:

  • Windows 7,
  • Windows 8,
  • Mac 10.10.3.

Web Browsers that this website is compatible with:

  • Internet Explorer (versions 9, 10 and 11),
  • Mozilla Firefox (version 42),
  • Google Chrome (version 46),
  • Safari (version 8.0.6)

Internet Explorer 9

To make reading text and viewing colours easier on the eye, zooming and shifting variables such as contrast and brightness can be done so, respectively.

To zoom in and out of any website on your desktop, click the arrow button beside the Change Zoom Level button, and select your desired zoom level accordingly. Colours and other related visual nuances can be modified by visiting Tools > Internet Options and then selecting the desired variable that you wish to modify under the ‘Appearances’ section.

For more detailed information on how to enhance Accessibility over Internet Explorer 9, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/enable/products/ie9/

Internet Explorer 10

The Zoom function over Internet Explorer 10 can drastically assist in improving readability of webpages. To zoom in or out of your browser, visit Tools > Zoom and then select the magnification of your desire. Font sizes can also be changed by pressing the Alt key, and then visiting View > Text size and finally the size of your preference.

For more detailed information on how to enhance Accessibility over Internet Explorer 10, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/enable/products/IE10/

Internet Explorer 11

To zoom in or out of your browser, visit Tools > Zoom and then select the magnification of your desire. Font sizes can also be changed by pressing the Alt key, and then visiting View > Text size and finally the size of your preference.

For more detailed information on how to enhance Accessibility over Internet Explorer 11, please visit http://www.microsoft.com/enable/products/ie11/

Google Chrome (all recent versions)

Zooming and modifying the fonts to suit your usability preferences over Google Chrome enables better browsing overall. To zoom, click on the Menu button on the top right hand corner, scroll down over Zoom and click the + and – buttons to accordingly change the magnification of your current webpage.

Fonts can be altered by visiting Menu > Settings > Show Advanced Settings, and then selecting the ‘Font size’ drop-down menu from the ‘Web Content’ section.

For more detailed information on how to enhance Accessibility over Google Chrome, please visit https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/96831?hl=en

Mozilla Firefox (all recent versions)

You can zoom in or out of webpages to improve readability of the site you are on, or even change the minimum font size to suit sites that have text that are originally too small to read. In order to zoom, press the Alt key and visit View > Zoom > Zoom Text Only.

To set a minimum font size, visit Options > Content > Fonts & Colors > Advanced to then select a specific size from the drop-down menu.

For more detailed information on how to enhance Accessibility over Mozilla Firefox, please visit https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/accessibility-features-firefox-make-firefox-and-we

Safari 8.0.6

Font sizes can be modified here, and to do so you need to begin from the menu over your Safari browser by visiting Safari > Preferences > Accessibility; ticking on either or both checkboxes which relate to the font size and highlighting feature will incorporate more versatility for a better user experience.

For more detailed information on how to enhance Accessibility over Safari 8.0.6, please visit http://browsers.about.com/od/safar1/ss/How-To-Modify-Accessibility-Settings-In-Safari-8-For-Os-X-Yosemite.htm#step1