Edinburgh Larder is committed to making its services accessible to everyone, including those with additional support needs. We have endeavoured to make the site compatible with screen readers or some other devices. If you are experiencing difficulty using this site please contact email@example.com
The following is a list of some of the actions which have been taken to improve accessibility of the Edinburgh Larder site:
Avoidance of frames in the site design
Use of alternative text (alt tags) to describe the content of images
Standards Compliance with guidelines provided by the W3C
Use of valid CSS to aid site design
Some users might find the site easier to read by increasing the size at which the text is displayed. To do this you can adjust your browser’s settings by going to the Tools menu, then select the ‘text size’ or ‘text zoom’ or ‘zoom’ and increase the size of the text.
On Microsoft Internet Explorer Hold Alt + V Then press Z followed by Return (Enter)
On Micosoft Internet Explorer above and including version 7, hold down Ctrl and press + to zoom in or hold down Ctrl and press - to make smaller. You can also use the zoom drop down option located at the bottom left hand side of the browser window.
On Netscape Hold Alt + V Then press Z followed by 0 (zero) (or replace the 0 with 2 for extra large text)
On Opera Hold Alt + V Then press Z followed by 0 (zero). Opera also allows you to press the + and – key on the keypad to increase and decrease the size respectively.
Documents on this site may be in PDF (Portable Document Format). Before you can read them you will need Adobe Acrobat viewer which can be downloaded from www.adobe.com. You will find more information about accessibility when using Adobe products here: http://access.adobe.com/
Please let us know how we can serve you better. If you have any difficulty accessing the site and require further help or have suggestions to improve our accessibility please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org