Accessibility

Use the tools below to make our site easier for you to use.

Presentation Fonts and Colours

Your selection is recorded on your computer and will be used next time you visit this site.†

Font face


Font size



Colour set




This is a preview of your selected styles.

Changing fonts and colours requires both JavaScript and cookies to be enabled.

You can also adjust the text size in your browser, this option can usually be found under the View menu.

†Note: ISS public workstations remove cookies when you log out - your display preferences will not persist beyond your current session on ISS public workstations.

Access Keys

To 'jump' to different parts of the page, use the 'access keys' listed below. Hold down the Alt key (Ctrl on Macintosh) and press the appropriate key (Internet Explorer users must also press Enter after the Alt+key combination). Every page on this site has five access keys:

  • J - the start of the page's content;
  • K - site-wide, or 'top-level', navigation;
  • L - local navigation;
  • M - University home page, and;
  • X - search input box.

Coding standards

In order to make our web site as usable as possible for everyone, we use only valid mark-up and code on every one of our web pages, we also strive to achieve or surpass WAI-AA accessibility standards.

Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict Valid Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) Explanation of Level Double-A Conformance

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