Accessibility

My Sight Nottinghamshire's website is designed to be as accessible as possible to all our visitors. The information on this page is intended to help you use both the website accessibility tools and the settings on your own web browser to make visiting our site as easy and enjoyable as possible.

If you experience problems accessing any part of this website or you would like to offer us feedback and suggestions on improving accessibility then please don't hesitate to email the website team.

Changing the text size

Viewing the website in Low Graphics layout
Printing in a larger text size
Change text size

Using the website to change text size
You can change the text size by using the text bigger and smaller buttons provided on each page of the website.

Using your browser to change text size
To increase or decrease the text size using your browser, use the appropriate option in your browser or apply user style sheets.

Browser options:

Internet Explorer go to View > Text Size > Larger
Mozilla Firefox go to View > Text Size > Increase
Windows shortcut: Press the Ctrl and + keys together
Macintosh shortcut: Press the Command and + keys together
Netscape go to View > Text Size > Increase
Windows shortcut: Press the Ctrl and + keys together
Macintosh shortcut: Press the Command and + keys together
Opera go to View > Zoom >%
Windows shortcut: Press the Ctrl and either + or 0 keys together
Macintosh shortcut: Press the Command and + keys together
Safari go to View > Make text bigger
Macintosh shortcut: Press the Command and + keys together

View website in low graphics view

The low graphics version of the website removes all background images and displays the text in a single column. Content images will still be displayed.

To view the website this way just click on the Low Graphics link provided on every page. To return to the Full Graphics version of the site use the Full Graphics link.

If you use Mozilla Firefox or Opera as your browser, you can view the site in a Low Graphics layout by changing the page style in your browser.

Mozilla Firefox: go to View > Page Style > No style
Opera: go to View > Style > User Mode