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Accessibility

Many Internet users with disabilities find websites difficult or even impossible to use simply because of the way they are designed. We are working hard at AIL to provide website services and products that are helpful to all our customers.

We are aware of the types of adaptive technology used by people with disabilities and are currently working on redesigning pages to ensure compatibility with as many of these systems as possible. Changes include keeping text clear (italic fonts can be hard to read) and making sure links adequately describe where they go (‘click here’ does not mean much in isolation).

Not all browsers allow you to make changes to the way you view the page, but here are some tips for some simple changes you may be able to make.

Font type and size

For improved visibility you may be able to increase (or decrease) the size of text and alter the choice of font.

Internet Explorer Users

To alter the font size:

Go to ‘View’, choose ‘Text Size’ and select the appropriate font size e.g. larger.

To alter the choice of font:

Open your ‘Internet Options’ window by going to ‘View’ (or ‘Tools’ if you have it) and scrolling down.

Under History, choose ‘Fonts’ and select your preferred style, then click ‘OK’

Go to ‘Accessibility’ within ‘Internet Options’ and click on ‘Ignore font styles/font sizes specified on Web pages’.

When you click ‘OK’, this should ensure that the page you are viewing now appears with your specifications.

Colour of text and background

You may require specific colours in order to be able to view the site easily.

Internet Explorer Users

Go to ‘Internet Options’ (as above) and choose ‘Colours’.

You can change text and background page colour as well as the colour in which links appear, then click ‘OK’.

Choose ‘Accessibility’ from within ‘Internet Options’ and click on ‘Ignore colours specified on Web pages’.

When you click ‘OK’, this should ensure that the page you are viewing now appears with your specifications.

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Many documents on this website require Adobe Acrobat Reader for viewing. This 3rd party software can be downloaded from http://www.adobe.com/