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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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 ctrl, shift and r (cmd, shift and r on an Apple product) will open a plain text version of the webpage