website is designed to support accessibility
and is committed to ensuring everyone
can access the information available
while at the same time taking considerable
care not to loose the normal design
aesthetics expected of a carefully
The layout of the site takes into
account users who are visually impaired
or have difficulties using a mouse.
It is fully compatible with popular
screen reading software, and can
be navigated using just a keyboard.
Access keys are shortcuts to provide
quick and easy access to common
pages without the need for a mouse
and have been included to assist
users with disabilities navigate
around the web site.
Access Keys are available for the
menu on the left hand side and are
used by holding the Alt
key and pressing the corresponding
key from the list below followed
by the Enter
on the platform you are using) on
Up and Down Scrolling
|| Design + Rates
||Games & Trivia
To move to top or bottom of page,
use the pageup or page donw keys
Some users might find the site easier
to read by increasing the size at
which text is displayed. To do this
you can adjust your browser's settings
by going to the Tools menu, then
select 'text size' or 'text zoom'
or 'zoom' depending on the browser
you're using and increase the size
of the text.
Changing the site's background colour
can be particularly useful for users
who rely on magnification technology
as white can produce an uncomfortable
glare. It is also possible to change
the colour of body text on the site.
Both can be achieved by changing
preferences in your browser:
If you use Microsoft Internet
Explorer, go to the Tools menu,
select Internet Options, select
Accessibility, and put a tick
in the box next to "Ignore
colors specified on web pages",
then select OK. Now go to Colors,
select Colors and make changes
to text and background colours
in the Colors panel.
If you use Netscape Navigator,
go to the Edit menu, select Preferences,
open the Appearance menu and select
Colors. You can set the colour
of text and background from here.
If you use Opera, go to the File
menu select Preferences, open
the 'page style' (under fonts
and colours). Ensure 'user mode'
options use own settings (default
settings). Now go into fonts and
colours and you can change the
colour options. Select 'View'
then select 'Style' then select