Accessibility

This page contains information on the accessibility of the Right Wheelchair website, including how to change the look of the site to make it easier to read and what to do if English is not your first language.

A ‘web safe’ font has been used throughout the website, which means that the text should look the same no matter what device or browser you use.

Zoom and increase font size

Tips on how to increase the size of the site, or just increase the font size are listed below:

Internet Explorer 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11

Increase size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal size: Ctrl and the 0 key

Internet Explorer 6

(This browser is not recommended)
Increase size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal size: Ctrl and the 0 key

Firefox for Windows

Increase font size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease font size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal font size: Ctrl and the 0 key

Firefox for Mac

Increase size: Cmd and the + key
Decrease size: Cmd and the - key
Normal size: Cmd and the 0 key

Safari for Windows

Increase font size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease font size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal font size: Ctrl and the 0 key

Safari for Mac

Increase size: Cmd, Shift and the + key Decrease size: Cmd, Shift and the - key

Chrome for Windows

Increase size: Ctrl and the + key
Decrease size: Ctrl and the - key
Normal font size: Ctrl and the 0 key

Chrome for Mac

Increase size: Cmd and the + key
Decrease size: Cmd and the - key
Normal font size: Cmd and the 0 key

Opera for Windows and Mac

Opera has a vast number of great accessibility features. More information can be found here.

Contact Us

If you are visually impaired and have experienced difficulties with using our website, please click the Contact Us link here to get in touch. We need your feedback to understand any difficulties our users might be experiencing and to improve our website.

Languages

There are a number of free web-based translation tools that you can use to translate this website into other languages, including Google Translate.

Please note that use of these third party services is the individual user’s own responsibility. Right Wheelchair accepts no liability for any errors within translated text; neither do we have any control over the nature, content and availability of these services.

Other useful information and links:

You can find guidance from the BBC about:

making your mouse easier to use
using your keyboard to control your mouse
alternatives to a keyboard and mouse
increasing the size of the text in your web browser
changing text and background colours
how to magnify your screen
screen readers and talking browsers

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