We’ve upgraded the site to make it easier to read using different technologies such as text-only browsers, screen readers, Braille interfaces and even mobile phones. We’ve also added a couple of features which will make life easier if you’re using a web browser that supports them like Firefox or recent versions of Internet Explorer.
It is possible to alter the text size of the page you are viewing using Ctrl++, Ctrl+- and Ctrl+0 in Firefox and Konqueror. In IE7+ this key combination zooms the entire page. In Opera the same effect can be achieved withShift++ and Shift+-, on an Apple Mac, the equivalent isApple++ and Apple+-.
Configuring your computer
You can change the text size through your browser’s Viewmenu; look for options like Zoom and Text Size. There are usually further accessibility options available in your browsers preferences section. Further assistive technologies may be offered by your operating system – check out System > Universal Access in the Finder on OSX or Accessories > Accessibility in the Programs menu of Windows XP, Gnome users will find the equivalent options under Preferences > Accessibility in the Main ‘footprint’ Menu.