This website aims to be accessible to as wide an audience as possible and is designed to conform with best practice web and accessibility standards and guidelines published by the Web Accessibility Initiative.
If you have any problems with the site, please contact the Projects Officer with a brief explanation.
Contact the Future UK and Scotland Projects Officer
All images on our website are accompanied by suitable alternative text (alt-text) that describes the image. Images that are used for design and layout purposes may include null ALT attributes.
All text links on our website have clear and descriptive titles so that they make sense when read out of context.
You can change the font size in your browser's settings.
- In Internet Explorer choose "View", followed by "Text Size" and then select the size you require.
- In Firefox choose "View", then "Text Size/Increase or Decrease".
- In Safari choose "View", then "Make Text Bigger" or "Make Text Smaller".
- In Opera choose "View", then "Zoom" and then a percentage.
- In Chrome choose the Chrome menu on the browser toolbar, select "Settings", click "Show advanced settings", in the "Web Content" section, use the "Font size" drop-down menu to make adjustments.
We use cascading style sheets (CSS) for the visual layout of our website. If your browser or browsing device does not support style sheets, you should still be able to read the content of each page.
Our approach to accessibility
The approach taken by this website is, first, to ensure that each page is made up of correctly structured (and valid) mark-up; and second, to do nothing to interfere with the normal functioning of your browser.
This approach is influenced by WebAIM (Web Accessibility in Mind) at Utah State University and in particular by the article ‘Web Accessibility Gone Wild’.
‘Web Accessibility Gone Wild’ article