Access keys are available to simplify navigation for keyboard-only users. To use an access key depends on the web browser and operating system you are using.
For Internet Explorer, Google Chrome or Safari, hold down the alt key, and then press the chosen access key. You may need to press the enter key to activate the link.
For Firefox, hold down both the alt and shift key, and then press the chosen access key.
For Google Chrome or Safari, hold down both the ctrl and opt key, and then press the chosen access key.
For Firefox, hold down the ctrl key, and then press the chosen access key.
Available Access Keys
The access keys available on this site are:
|0||Accessibility (this page)|
|2||Questions (only available after completing the Start Page)|
|8||Terms and Conditions|
|9||Give us your feedback|
Making Text Larger
If the text is too small for you to read, you can control the size of the text from your web browser.
To change the text size in Internet Explorer, select View from the menu bar, then select Text size followed by your preferred text size from "Smallest" to "Largest". The default setting is "Medium".
To change the text size in Firefox, select View from the menu bar, then select Text size followed by "Increase" or "Decrease". To return the text size to its default setting, select "Normal".
To change the text size in Safari, select View from the menu bar, then select Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.
In most web browsers, holding the ctrl key and pressing the + (plus) or - (minus) key will zoom the page in and out. Pressing ctrl and 0 (zero) will return the zoom back to default.
The mouse wheel can also be used to zoom in and out while ctrl is held down.
Show Access Keys
This stylesheet will show the access key next to the links which have them enabled. If you are using Internet Explorer, you need at least version 8 for this stylesheet to work.
This stylesheet will change the colour of the text and background which may make it easier to read.
This is the standard stylesheet with the default colours.