- using a wide range a devices, such as mobile phones, hand-held computers and screen-readers
- using a computer of any age and specification that can run a standards-compliant browser (such as Firefox).
Increasing the text size
One of the ways in which to make the text on this website easier to read is to increase the text size in your operating system. If you're using Windows 7 you can do this by following the instructions below:
1. Open the 'Ease of Access Center' window by:
- Clicking the 'Start' button
- Selecting 'Control Panel'
- Selecting 'Ease of Access'
- Selecting 'Ease of Access Center'
- Under the 'Explore all settings' header, click on 'Make the computer easier to see'
2. Change the scale by:
- Under the 'Make things on the screen larger' header, click on 'Change the size of text and icons'
Other ways to make the website more accessible
See the accessibility pages of the BBC website for information on other ways to adapt your browser to make this site more accessible.
If you have any problems using this website we would like to hear from you. Please contact us with your feedback.