Accessibility

 

Moneyfacts.co.uk Accessibility Options

There are a number of options available to help you access this site. This guide explains how you can modify the settings on your pc to increase accessibility.

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Text sizes

By default the moneyfacts.co.uk website works with Internet Explorer's Scalable Text. If you are having problems using this feature please follow these instructions

Go to the 'Tools' menu and then 'Internet Options...' as shown below.

Screen shot of Internet Explorers Tools menu

Caption: Select 'Internet Options...' from the 'Tools' menu in Internet Explorer.

From the pop up window that appears select the 'Accessibility' button in the bottom right corner as shown below.

Screen shot of Internet Explorers 'Internet options' pop up window showing the 'Accessibility' button in the bottom right corner.

Caption: Click the Accessibility button as highlighted here.

Click the box next to 'Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages' (shown below), click the 'OK' button and then close the 'Internet Options' window.

Caption: Tick 'Ignore font sizes specified on Web pages' and click 'OK'.

For more information about changing your Internet Explorer setup please visit the Microsoft website at http://support.microsoft.com/.

Internet Explorer's Scalable Text

To use Internet Explorer's Scalable Text click the 'View' menu then the 'Text Size' option and then the text size of your choice. See image below:

Screen shot showing Internet Explorer's 'View Menu' with the 'Text Size' option highlighted.

Caption: Use the 'Text Size' option in Internet Explorer to make text size smaller or bigger.

Colours

It is possible to change the colours used on moneyfacts.co.uk through your browser. The following will guide you through how to do this in Internet Explorer.

Changing Colours in Internet Explorer - Simplifying Colour

Go to the 'Tools' menu and then 'Internet Options...' as shown below.

Screen shot of Internet Explorers Tools menu.

Caption: Select 'Internet Options...' from the 'Tools' menu in Internet Explorer.

From the pop up window that appears select the 'Accessibility' button in the bottom right corner as shown below.

Screen shot of Internet Explorers 'Internet options' pop up window showing the 'Accessibility' button in the bottom right corner.

Caption: Click the Accessibility button as highlighted here.

Click the box next to 'Ignore colours specified on Web pages' (shown below), click the 'OK' button and then close the 'Internet Options' window.

Screen shot of the pop up window after the 'Accessibility' button is clicked showing the option to 'Ignore colors specified on Web pages'.

Caption: Tick 'Ignore colours specified on Web pages' and click 'OK'.

This will remove the majority of colours throughout the site giving you a simple colour scheme.

Changing colours in Internet Explorer - setting your own colours

Go to the 'Tools' menu and then 'Internet Options...' as shown below.

Screen shot of Internet Explorers Tools menu.

Caption: Select 'Internet Options...' from the 'Tools' menu in Internet Explorer.

From the pop up window that appears select the Colours button in the left right corner as shown below.

Screen shot of Internet Explorers 'Internet options' pop up window showing the 'Colors' button in the bottom left corner.

Caption: Click the Colours button as highlighted here.

Click the 'Use Windows colours' so that it is un-ticked as shown below. Select the 'Text' colour and 'Background' colour of your choice and then click 'OK'. Close the 'Internet Options' window.

Screen shot of the pop up window after the 'Colors' button is clicked showing the option to Change the 'Text' and 'Background' colours.

Caption: Un-tick the 'Use Windows colours' and select your own.

You should now be able to see moneyfacts.co.uk in your chosen colours. If you are unsure about making these changes please consult your machine vendor.

For more information about changing your Internet Explorer setup please visit the Microsoft website at http://support.microsoft.com/.

Keyboard navigation

Navigating using your keyboard in Internet Explorer


Internet Explorer provides keyboard access to most navigation functions, the most relevant ones are listed here. For more information please refer the online help within Internet Explorer.

  • To move forward through active items (images, links & buttons) in a page: TAB
  • To move backwards through active items (images, links & buttons) in a page: SHIFT + TAB
  • To move forward one page in your browser's history: ALT + RIGHT ARROW
  • To move backwards one page in your browser's history: ALT + LEFT ARROW
  • To scroll towards the beginning of a document: UP ARROW
  • To scroll towards the end of a document: DOWN ARROW
  • To scroll towards the beginning of a document in larger steps: PAGE UP
  • To scroll towards the end of a document in larger steps: PAGE DOWN
  • To move to the beginning of a document: HOME
  • To move to the end of a document: END

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