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Bridgend College is committed to ensuring that our website is as accessible as possible for the widest range of audiences. We are continually working to ensure our site conveys information that is available to everyone including those with physical, sensory and learning difficulties.
We are working towards making all pages of this site W3C WCAG (World Wide Web Consortium Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) compliant. This means that we are continuously updating our content to meet with all priority 1 and 2 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
Here are some of the steps we have taken (or are presently undertaking):
Use the sitemap to get an overview of what is on the site.
A search box appears at the top of each page. To get the best results use keywords, they will find better results. You can also use direct quotes to search for an exact phrase.
Modern browsers now have the functionality for the user to decide how web pages are displayed, this is a significant help for people who need specific formatting to be able to access text.
On the browser View menu select 'Full screen' or press F11, press it again to return to normal view
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To decrease size:
Hold down Ctrl and press +
Hold down Ctrl and roll mouse wheel forward
Hold Down Ctrl and press –
Hold down Ctrl and roll mouse wheel back
1. click on Tools, then options
2. then click on the content icon
3. Choose your preferred font and size
4. click on the advanced button
Untick the box labelled “Allow pages to choose their own fonts, instead of my selections above”.
1. Click on tools then select Internet Options
2. Click on fonts and select a web page font
1. click on tools menu and select options
2. select content icon, click on the colours button
3. Set your preferred couours for text, background and links, (you may also wish to prevent links from being underlined as this can make some text difficult to read)
4. Untick the box labelled “use system colours
5. Untick the box ,abelled “Allow pages to choose their own colours, instead of my selections above
1. Click on Tools then select Internet Options
2. click on colours and untick the box labelled “Use windows Colours”
3. Choose your colours for text, background and links by clicking the buttons, click OK
4. Now click on Accessibility from the Internet options dialoge, and tick the three boxes labelled