What we’ve done
- All images have a written description (alternative text). This gives a meaningful explanation of what the image is about if it fails to load or you are using a screen reader.
- We use headings to give structure to our pages so it is easier to navigate, especially if you are using a screen reader.
- We try to write in plain English in a style that is straightforward and easy to understand. We also avoid using jargon.
- We try to comply with Web Accessibility Initiative Guidelines (WAIG). Our website meets an AA rating where HTML is used.
What you can do
All modern browsers allow you to change colours and font sizes to suit you. You can get advice on changing your settings from the BBC my web my way website.
Simply choose your operating system (for example, Windows), your browser (for example, Internet Explorer) and the setting you are trying to change.