This page contains information and guidance to help visitors when using this site. This website follows the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
If you are experiencing any difficulties downloading files or accessing a particular page please contact the DMO Web Team for assistance. The web team will try to reply to all such requests within 48 hours though it may take longer at busy times.
Increasing Text Size
Some users might find screen text easier to read by increasing the size at which text is displayed. To do this you should simply adjust your browser's settings.
- If you use Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to the View menu, select Text Size and then either Larger or Largest. For more information visit the Microsoft help and support site
- If you use Firefox, go to the View menu, select Text Size and then select Increase. You can have the same effect by using the keyboard and press the keys Ctrl and + at the same time. Firefox publishes detailed information on how to adjust the display of the browser on its website
Altering text with stylesheets
A users style sheet can be inserted -
PDF Adobe Acrobat Reader
Documents marked .PDF are saved in Portable Document Format. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader to view all PDF files. The Acrobat Reader software is available for downloading free of charge from the Adobe website. The free Reader allows you to view, navigate, and print PDF files across all major computing platforms.
Adobe's accessibility resources provide tools and support information for users with disabilities.
If you have
difficulties using this site that you believe we could address, please let us know.
It would be helpful if your e-mail contained the following information:
- the URL(s) (web-address) or name and location on the website of the page(s) that you are having difficulties with.
- the nature of your problem.
Please forward your problems, suggestions and/or solutions to the DMO Web Team.
- UK Government Disability site - This site contains information about the current Equality Act, parts of which apply to websites.
- RNIB - The role of the RNIB is to help not only totally blind people, but also the two million people in the UK with serious sight problems.