The Welsh Refugee Council is committed to making this website as accessible and easy to navigate as possible for all users, by conforming to modern web standards. If you have any suggestions or feedback on our website’s accessibility or any problems you have found please e-mail: email@example.com
If you would like assistance accessing our website, we hope these tips will be helpful to you.
The text is too small to read
If you’d like to adjust the size of the text, all major web browsers have options to resize fonts in their option menus. These are described in more detail below:
Internet Explorer 6
At the top of the page go to view > text size and you can select a new font size.
Internet Explorer 7
On the bottom right of the browser is a magnifying glass symbol and a % sign. Left-clicking this will enlarge the page, or selecting the drop-down menu on to the right will enable you to specify a zoom level.
All modern popular browsers
(including Firefox / Mozilla / Opera and Internet Explorer 7 and higher)
Hold down control (or the Command/Apple key on a Mac), and tap the + or – keys to make text bigger or smaller. Alternatively, you can go to the top of the page, and click view > text size and you can increase or decrease font sizes here.
The Welsh Refugee Council web site has been tested thoroughly on all current browsers, and will also run happily on most older ones, such as Internet Explorer 6.
Due to the differences in the rendering technology of these browsers the look of the site may vary slightly between them, though the content should always be viewable.
Should you encounter any problems viewing the contents of this site, please email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org