Accessibility

 

We aim to make this website accessible to all users. The site follows common web standards and Government guidelines to ensure that it can be used effectively and easily by everyone.

 

If you are having difficulty viewing or navigating the content on this website, please let us know by emailing playsection@stevenage.gov.uk

 

Text Size

If you find the text size on this website too small or too large, you can change the size of the text via your Internet browser.

 

Chrome

You can increase the size of the screen by selecting Zoom (+/-). You can also increase or decrease the size of the screen through the following shortcuts:

 

Ctrl+(- or +): Increases or decreases the size by 25%

Ctrl +(0): Resets to default size

Microsoft Internet Explorer

By default Internet Explorer opens without the Menu and Command bar visible. To enable the Menu Bar, right click and select them or alternatively press Alt. Select ‘View’ from the Menu Bar followed by ‘Text size’. A side menu will appear; select the size you wish to view the website in. You can also use the keyboard shortcuts below:

 

Ctrl+(- or +): Increases or decreases the size by 25%.

Ctrl+(0): Resets to default size.

Firefox

If you are using Firefox, you are able to increase the size of the text or the whole screen. Please see the following keyboard short-cut information:

 

Ctrl+(- or +): Increases or decreases the size by 25%.

Ctrl+(0): Resets to default size.

Note: You are able to increase the text or entire screen.

 

For a computer using Windows operating system:

Full Screen: F11

Zoom Text Smaller: - Ctrl+-(minus sign)

Zoom Text larger: Ctrl+= (plus sign)

No Zoom (100%): Ctrl+0

View Page Information: Ctrl+I

View Page Source: Ctrl+U

For a computer using a Mac operating system:

Zoom Text Smaller: - Cmd+-(minus sign)

Zoom Text larger: Cmd+= (plus sign)

No Zoom (100%): Cmd+0

View Page Information: Cmd+I

View Page Source: Cmd+Alt+U

For a computer using a Linux operating system:

Full Screen: F11 (may depend on window manager)

Zoom Text Smaller: - Ctrl+-(minus sign)

Zoom Text larger: Ctrl+= (plus sign)

No Zoom (100%): Ctrl+0

View Page Information: Ctrl+I

View Page Source: Ctrl+U

For more information, please visit the RNIB website.

 

Help with PDFs

Downloadable documents from this site are in Portable Document Format (PDF). This is a standard adopted by governments and organisations worldwide.

 

PDF is a reliable format for electronic document exchange, which preserves document integrity so files can be viewed and printed on a variety of platforms. We chose to make all downloadable documents in this file format for data security and integrity reasons.

 

How can I view a PDF document?

To view a PDF document, you need free software called Adobe Acrobat Reader, created by the company called Adobe.

 

There are features and capabilities of Adobe products that enhance electronic document accessibility for people with disabilities such as blindness, low vision, and motor impairments. You can visit their website, where you will find this information and links to resources that help people with disabilities work more effectively with Adobe software.