About this site
The AAGBI strives to ensure that this website is accessible to everyone. If there’s something that doesn’t work, or if you need assistance to use a specific part of the site, please contact us and we’ll do everything we can to help. Please contact email@example.com or call +44 (0)20 7631 8854.
This website allows you to resize text in the main content area of the page. Your are able to resize text via your browser view menu (how to do this differs depending on your browser type).
All pages on this site conform to the following standards where possible:
- W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. All pages on the site have been reviewed and comply with all priority 2 guidelines to the best of our knowledge.
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional. All pages on the site have been validated against the XHTML 1.0 Recommendation.
- CSS. All style sheets have been validated using the W3C CSS Validation Service.
Some tips to make viewing www.aagbi.org easier
- Making larger text - Text on www.aagbi.org has a relative font size and can be resized to suit your needs using your browser.
- Magnifiying the screen - Recent versions of Windows include magnification software that can help some people more easily read text on the screen.
- Making your mouse pointer easier to see - On many operating systems you can make your mouse larger. On some operating systems you can also add trails or even use a locating feature (on Windows).
- Changing your colours - Across many browsers, (including Firefox, Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Netscape and Opera) you can change the background colour of your screen to make viewing easier.
- Making your mouse easier to use - There are various options you can choose to make your mouse easier to use, e.g. make it left handed, speed up or slow down the mouse pointer, making the mouse pointer larger, etc.
- Making your keyboard easier to use - You can change the sensitivity of your keyboard, use StickyKeys or use other features like Autocorrect or Autotext.