We are fully committed to ensuring this website meets the Web Content Accessibility Gidelines (opens in a new window) (WCAG 2.0) to AA standard to ensure people with disabilities are not excluded from accessing information and services. The design of our website includes a number of accessibility features including:
To increase the size of the text, hold down the ctrl key on the bottom left hand row of the key board whilst using the scroll wheel on the mouse to increase (or decrease) the size of the text. Alternatively you can use the + (plus) and - (minus) keys whilst holding down the ctrl key.
If you have any difficulty in reading the content of the site in its default design you may want to switch to using the text only version of the page.
Whichever theme you choose it will be maintained as you navigate through the site.
To return back to the default design version of the site click on the Graphical Version link at any time.
Google Translator provides an easy way to translate web pages into a variety of languages. Simply select the language required from the drop down list.
Keyboard shortcuts control various browser functions and are often a useful and quick way of navigating through a site. For the vast majority of browsers, use your Tab key to navigate forward through links (use Shift + Tab to go backwards), and Enter to activate the link. Many other keys can be used, and will vary depending on the browser and operating system you are using. To find the shortcuts for your browser, follow these steps if your computer is running Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator on Windows:
We have avoided using excessive graphics within the website where possible to ensure quick download times and access to information which cannot be read if in image format. Where images have been used we have added 'Alt' tags - text alternatives so that you will still know what the image is meant to convey even if it does not load or if you've have chosen to browse with the images switched off or you are using an assistive technology like a screen reader to browse the webpage rather than view.
This site uses PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file format for the publication of large and complex documents. Please note that Adobe Acrobat documents can be converted back to plain text using Adobe's Web-based conversion service.
We are constantly working to improve the accessibility features of Source and really would welcome your suggestions and comments. We will be undertaking a further review of this site to introduce more measures and features to improve its accessibility standards.
If you encounter an accessibility or technical problem with any page on this site, please visit the Contact us page for directions on how to notify us.