We are an organisation who work on assisting people with a range of abilities. As such, making our website and services accessible is of utmost importance to us.

This site is built to W3C standards via WordPress. Where images are not used for aesthetic purposes, alt text has been used, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) have been used on headers to delineate levels of text for people using reading software.

Font sizes can be adjusted on various browsers in the following methods:

Fonts

Text size can be increased or decreased in your browser by following these steps:

Google Chrome

  • Click the three vertical dots in the top right hand corner
  • Select ‘Settings’ (‘Preferences’ on Mac and Linux)
  • Search ‘font’ in the top bar to bring up font settings
  • Change font size as desired, or click ‘Customise fonts’ to change fonts as desired.

Microsoft Edge

  • Click the symbol of the open book in the right hand edge of the website address bar
  • A bar will appear at the top of the page, this can read the page aloud for you, or allow you to adjust the font size of the page

(this function is not available on every page of the TASL website)

Microsoft Internet Explorer

  • Open Internet Explorer and press the Alt key to display the menu bar.
  • Select View, and then select Text size.
  • Choose to make text larger or smaller than the size on the screen.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Hold down the Ctrl key and press the (+) key until the size is as big as you desire.
  • If you need to make the text smaller press the Ctrl key on your keyboard and press the (-) key

Apple Safari

  • Hold down the Apple Key and press the (+) key until the size is as big as you desire.
  • If you need to make the text smaller press the Apple Key on your keyboard and press the (-) key

You can also find a range of accessibility options to assist with web browsing at BBC My Web My Way.