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We have designed this site to meet the WAI-AAA accessibility standard recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium, which promotes world wide standards of access and to encourage wider use of the internet.
This site has been designed for a 800 x 600 screen resolution.
Access keys have been built into the site to assist users with disabilities when navigating their way through the website. These are essentially keyboard shortcuts that give users quick and easy access to particular web pages. Depending on the type of operating system you use, the access keys will create different results.
Windows based computers
Pressing "ALT" and the access key will give focus to that specific link on the page. If you press return, you will then be taken to that page.
Macintosh based computers
Pressing "CTRL" and the access key will automatically send you to that specific page.
The access keys used on this site are:
- S for Skip Navigation
- 0 for Accessibility Page
- 1 for Home
- 3 for Site Map
- 9 for Contact Us
Specific to this site:
- W for What to See and Do
- L for Learning
- H for History and Architecture
- C for Community Groups
To resize the text:
- In many browsers it is possible to resize the text by pressing the control key (Ctrl) and moving your mouse wheel up and down
- If you do not have a mouse wheel you can resize the text from the browser menu using View > Text Size > Largest / Smallest
- Other browsers may be able to resize the text in other ways
We are continually taking steps to improve our website by making it more accessible to different operating systems and browsers that may be used by customers with disabilities. If you have any comments, questions or feedback about our site please contact us.