Changing text sizes
All web browsers have some built-in provision for altering the size of text on screen. Normally this is achieved from the keyboard using the following shortcuts:
- CONTROL (CMD on Mac) and '+' to make text larger/zoom in
- CONTROL (CMD on Mac) and '-' to make text smaller/zoom out
- CONTROL (CMD on Mac) and '0' to return to the default setting
In some legacy browsers (such as Internet Explorer 6) it's necessary to adjust text sizes from a menu. To do this, select 'View / Text Size' from the menubar and increase/decrease the size of the text.
Shortcuts for this site
In order to aid navigation, the following keyboard access keys have been enabled for this site:
- 1 - Home page
- 2 - About us
- 3 - Resources
- 4 - Services
- 5 - Events
- 6 - News
- 7 - Contact us
- 0 - Site help
- s - Skip to main page content
Using the access keys
The way in which an access key is selected is dependent upon which browser you use:
- Internet Explorer
- Hold down the ALT key and select the number/letter of the access key, then press ENTER.
- Firefox - version 2 and higher
- Hold down the ALT+SHIFT keys (CTRL on Mac) together with the appropriate character on the keyboard.
- Google Chrome
- Hold down the ALT key (CTRL+OPTION on Mac) together with the appropriate character on the keyboard.
- Safari - version 4 and higher
- Hold down the CTRL+OPTION keys (ALT on Windows) together with the appropriate character on the keyboard.
- Press SHIFT+ESC, followed by the number/letter of the access key.