Hi-Vis UK websites
We only use sites such as WordPress (where we built this course) and Vimeo (for our videos) because they, like us, work towards the highest standards in accessibility.
In addition to accessibility software you might already use or your preferred browser’s accessibility tools, we have included on our site an accessibility toolkit to make the pages easier for you to use, for example, changing the size and colour of the text. See images below.
The accessibility page can always be found by clicking on the accessibility page the link in the menu bar in the top right of your screen.
A site map can be found in the very bottom right hand corner of the screen.
For our toolkit click on the yellow eye symbol/icon in the top left-hand corner of every page.
Web Browsers e.g. Google Chrome
You can also find many free accessibility tools included with most web browser’s such as: Google Chrome, Apple’s Safari, Mozilla’s Firefox, Microsoft’s Explorer.
These all include accessibility controls you can use to enable your computer to do many things such as reading the pages aloud to you if you find it difficult to see the text.
To find out how to turn these features on or to find out more about what your browser can do for you, a good place to start is AbilityNet’s “My Computer, My Way” website.
There you will find free, expert advice and information:
A short video showing how to enrol for the first time. Further video guides show you how to log in, how the quizzes work in each section, and how to use the accessibility tools to adjust the site to make it more comfortable to use e.g. enlarge the size of letters.
For a larger view of the videos below simply click on the full screen icon next to the volume setting.
How to use the Accessibility Tools
A short video showing you how to use our accessibility tools to make the site more comfortable for you e.g. enlarge the size of letters.
Alternatively, you can use your own browser/accessibility tools if you prefer.