Changing the text size
This site uses relative font sizes only, compatible with the user-specified "text size" option in visual browsers. Internet Explorer users who find the default text size too small can adjust it by selecting “View > Text Size” and choosing a more readable size. Further text resizing and other customisation can be achieved by following the steps below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer users:
- Using the menu bar at the top of the window select 'Internet Options' - this can be found under either the 'View' menu or the 'Tools' menu
- Click the button that says 'Accessibility'
- Click the box next to 'Ignore fonts now showing on web pages' so that it now shows a tick
- Click OK, then OK again to close the internet options panel
- Select the 'View' option from the Menu bar
- Select 'Text Size'. Another menu will pop up - choose the text size you prefer form this list.
- Connect to the internet so that the browser window is open
- Select 'Edit' from the menu bar
- Select 'Preferences'
- Select 'Appearance'
- Select 'Font'. Change the 'variable' and 'fixed width font' to your preferred option.
Keyboard shortcuts are intended to help users who have difficulty in using pointing devices such as a mouse.
The following information lists each of the keyboard shortcut commands available:
Access key a
- Home Page
Access key b
Access key c
Access key d
- Corporate Production
Access key e
Access key f
Access key g
- Interactive Media
Access key h
- Photo Imaging
Access key i
Access key j
Access key k
Access key l
Access key m
- Company Support
Access key n
Access key o
Access key p
Access key q
Access key r
Access key s
- Nations & Regions
Access key t
- About Us
Footnote Access keys
Access key 1-9
All pages use well-structured semantic markup. For example, h1 tags are used for main headings and then h2, h3, h4 used for subtitles. Jaws users may therefore skip between headings using INSERT+F6 and skip between links using INSERT+F7 .
Using Access Keys
Windows users should press the Alt key in combination with the relevant access key.
- If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4 then press Alt and the relevant number/letter at the same time.
- If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer version 5 or 6 press Alt and the relevant number/letter, then press the Enter key.
- If you are using Netscape version 6 or later, or Mozilla, then press Alt and the relevant number/letter at the same time.
- Unfortunately, access keys are not supported by Netscape 4 and Opera 6.
- Under Mac OS 9, access keys are not supported by Internet Explorer 4, Internet Explorer 4.5, Mozilla, Netscape 4 and Opera5.
- Under Mac OS X 10, access keys are not supported by Mozilla, OmniWeb 4, and Safari.
If you have any problems with accessing the information on this site, please contact our e-Communications team at email@example.com.
Pages on this site comply with the majority of priority 1 and 2 guidelines of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Initiative. Where possible attempts have also been made to comply with priority 3 guidelines.
The Creative Skillset website is designed to validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional and uses CSS to control visual layout. Content remains accessible even if your browser does not support CSS.