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Web Accessibility

We aim to meet the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 throughout this website (www.stmarys.ac.uk).

If you have any questions about the accessibility of this website, or have a suggestion, please email webmaster@stmarys.ac.uk. If you would like to find out more about accessibility at St Mary's, please check our Disability and Dyslexia pages.

Adapting the Web for Accessibility

The following is a list of tips of how you can amend your browser to make webpages more accessible:

  • To increase the size of text press ctrl and +. (cmd and on an Apple product)
  • To zoom back out, press ctrl and -. (cmd and - on an Apple product)
  • ctrl and 0. (cmd and 0 on an Apple product) will restore the screen size to 100%
  • To have your computer read to you, select the required text, open the Edit tab at the top of your browser and select speech > start speaking
  • The Chromestore has several themes that will change the contrast of your screen, including Yellow High Contrast
  • When using the Safari browser, pressing ctrlshift and r (cmd, shift and r on an Apple product) will open a plain text version of the webpage
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