Accessibility Options

On this page you will find a number of options to change the way these pages appear within your browser. Below are links to the BBC's accessibility help information and also those of Microsoft. These will help you to find more information about how to change your browser's individual properties.

The BBC My Web My Way

Microsoft's step by step configuration for Windows and Internet Explorer.

To change the way this site is displayed choose from the following colour options:
To alter your colour scheme for this site, select from one of the options below.

Default

This is the default setting for the site
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High Visability

These colour schemes are designed to have high contrast between text and background to support people with a visual impairment.
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Comfort

These colour schemes are designed to be more 'comfortable' for the eyes. They do not have the degree of contrast of the 'high visibility' options. Therefore users who have dyslexia may find these colour schemes more accessible.
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