Accessibility

Using this Site

This page contains information about how to use our site and how to adapt your browser so that web pages are easier to read.

How do I find my way around the site (including information for screen readers)?

To help find your way around this web site you will find a horizontal menu at the top of the page beneath the website logo. By using this menu you can go to various sections and pages.

If you are using a screen reader the menu options appear as a list.

Screen readers

In order to help you navigate round the site easily when using a screen reader, please note the following points.

This site uses CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) to create a three column layout on the homepage and a two column layout for all other pages. Some pages on the site may use tables for data display.

All our pages follow the same structure and layout:

Contact, About and Member login
A decorative banner and site search
Main Menu
Content
Sitemap, Accessibility and Site credits

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How do I change the text size in Internet Explorer?

  1. Choose View (Alt+V) / Text Sizing (T) from the main browser toolbar:
  2. Select which size you prefer (Use the up and down keys and press enter).

Adjusting the text size on all web pages you access

Some websites have 'hard-coded' the size of their text and as a consequence these websites will not reflect the change you have just made. If you would like your preferences to be reflected on other sites you visit please follow these steps:

  1. Select Tools (Alt+V) / Internet Options (O) on the main toolbar then select General and choose the Accessibility (Alt+E) button
  2. Check the box: Ignore font sizes specified in Web pages (Alt+Z)
  3. Choose OK (Press Enter twice)
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How do I change the text size in Netscape Navigator?

Adjusting the text size on all web pages you access

Some websites have 'hard-coded' the size of their text and as a consequence these websites will not reflect the change you have just made. If you would like your preferences to be reflected on other sites you visit please follow these steps:

  1. Select Edit (Alt+E) on the main toolbar, select Preferences (E)
  2. From the left tree menu, select Appearance, then Fonts (Use arrow keys)
  3. Check the radio button in front of 'Use my default fonts, overriding document-specified fonts' (Enter)
  4. Select OK (Enter)
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How do I change the text size in Firefox?

You can adjust the text size by using the text sizing options located at the right of the top navigation bar on this website.

Adjusting the text size on all web pages you access

Some websites have 'hard-coded' the size of their text and as a consequence these websites will not reflect the change you have just made. If you would like your preferences to be reflected on other sites you visit please follow these steps:

  1. Select Tools (Alt+T) / Options (O) on the main toolbar then select the Content tab
  2. In the Fonts & Colours section select the font style and font size preferences
  3. Click the Advanced button deselect the Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selection above check box
  4. Click OK (Press Enter)
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How do I change the text size in Opera ?

Opera can increase the size of images as well as text.

You can quickly increase or decrease the size of both text and graphics using the numberpad + and - keys.

Adjusting the text size on all web pages you access

  1. Select File > Preferences or press Alt+F.
  2. Select the Preferences option with the mouse or by pressing R.
  3. Select 'Page Style' from the list with the mouse or by using the down arrow key.
  4. Select the 'Default Zoom' of your choice with the mouse or by pressing Z and using the up and down arrows.
  5. Select the OK button with the mouse or by pressing Enter.

Method 2

Some websites have 'hard-coded' the size of their text and as a consequence these websites will not reflect the change you have just made. If you would like your preferences to be reflected on other sites you visit please follow these steps:

  1. Open the File or by pressing Alt+F.
  2. Select the Preferences option or by pressing R.
  3. Select 'Page Style' from the list or by using the down arrow key.
  4. Select the 'Default Zoom' of your choice or by pressing Z and using the up and down arrows.
  5. Select the 'My fonts and colours' option with the mouse or by pressing Alt+C.
  6. Select the OK button with the mouse or by pressing Enter.
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How do I update my web browser?

Most web pages are best viewed by using recent versions of Internet browsers. If you are using an older browser version, you may have trouble viewing certain web pages.

You can find out what version of your browser you are using by choosing 'Help' at the top of your browser and 'About (your browser)'.

Internet Explorer: You can download a more recent version of Internet Explorer for free

Firefox: You can download a more recent version of Firefox for free

Netscape Communicator: You can download a more recent version of Netscape for free

Accessibility Statement

The Caspari Foundation website aims to conform to Priority Level 2 of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) provide Web Content Accessibility guidelines to assist web developers in creating accessible web pages.

In order to help you navigate round the site easily when using a screen reader, please note the following points.

This site uses CSS (cascading stylesheets) for the page layout although some tables may have been used within the site for data presentation.

All our pages follow the same structure and layout for ease of use.

If you have any difficulties using the website please let us know by outlining the nature of the problem and what you are using to access the webpage.


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