This page explains how we ensure the BEATdiabetes website is usable and accessible to all users.
Help with accessibility
- You can read this guide from AbilityNet on how to adjust your computer and browser according to your needs, such as for sight or hearing problems.
- It covers how to make the text larger in different browsers, change your keyboard or mouse settings, or increase colour contrast.
- AbilityNet is a national charity that helps disabled adults and children to us computers and the internet.
- The BEATdiabetes website has not been tested for use with assistive software.
- We do not recommend viewing the BEATdiabetes website using Safari's Reader View. Not all the text on our pages may show when Reader View is activated.
- Find out how to enlarge text for clarity without activating Reader View.
Printing webpages in your browser
If text appears too small when you print a page, you can adjust the settings to a size that suits you.
Here's how it's done in the most common web browsers:
- If using Internet Explorer, go to Print Preview in the File menu and alter the page Scale.
- Chrome doesn't give sizing options within the print options, so use your computer's Print Preferences.
- Before going to print, increase the webpage font by using Ctrl++ or by going to Menu, View, and Zoom in. The printed page will be printed at the new font size.
- If using Mozilla Firefox, go to Print Preview in the File menu and alter the page scale to the preferred font size.
- Before going to print, increase the webpage font by using Ctrl++ or by going to Menu, Page, and Zoom. The printed page will be printed at the new font size.