We aim to take all reasonable steps to make this website as accessible as possible and have made a commitment to using valid (X)HTML and CSS, as well as conforming to the W3C WCAG 1.0 to at least AA standard.
For information on how to customise your browser and make the Web easier to use, we recommend you visit the excellent My Web, My Way resource provided by the BBC in partnership with AbilityNET.
This website has been checked for compatibility on many browsers across Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux operating systems, including various versions of Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Safari, Chrome etc.
We are aware that there are many more browser/operating system combinations on which that the site could be tested, so if you are experiencing any difficulties in using our site we firstly apologise and secondly ask you to contact us so we can identify and work to resolve any issue(s).
The easiest and most common setting to change within your browser is the text size and doing so on this website will also resize all column widths and row heights. In the latest versions of Internet Explorer open the View menu, go to Text Size then select the size that best suits you.
In Mozilla Firefox the setting is also found in the View menu but is called Zoom and by default will alter the size of text and images unless you tick the Zoom Text Only option.
In both browsers you can access zoom using the keyboard shortcuts of:
For instructions on how to make it easier to view websites in other browsers please refer to the following pages within the BBC's My Web, My Way resource: