We believe websites should be accessible to all users regardless of disability, computer system or web browser. As a result, we have developed our web pages with the widest audience in mind to ensure they meet a good level of compliance with W3C accessibility standards.
By default, the text on our website is set to a relative size. This means it can be adjusted by using the settings in your browser, to increase or decrease the size.
• for more information on the National Accessible Scheme please follow the links below:
• for more information on the Disability Discrimination Act http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/DisabledPeople/index.htm
Preferred screen resolution
Our websites are best viewed with Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0+ at 1024×768 screen resolution. Viewing on an 800×600 monitor may require scrolling. On most PCs you can change your screen resolution by clicking Start > Control Panel > Display and on the Settings tab, change the screen area to 1024×768 pixels.
Nottingham tourism centre access statement:
The Nottingham tourism centre prides itself on being able to offer the most up to date and relevant information to residents and visitors of the city in a welcoming and accessible environment. Nottingham tourism centre – Access Statement.
Accessibility > Browser optimisation
By default, the text on our website is set to a relative size. This means it can be adjusted by using the settings in your browser, to increase or decrease the size. Instructions about how to change your browser settings are below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer 11, 10 & 9 – how to change font size, zoom on a page and more useful tools.
Google Chrome – how to change font size and zoom on a page.
Mozilla Firefox – how to change font size and zoom on a page.
Opera 11 & 12 – how to zoom on a page.