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Accessibility

While we know that it’s impossible to design a site that everyone can use, by designing our International Medical Press (IMP) site with accessibility in mind, we hope to make the site usable by as many people as possible.

Browser settings

Changing the settings in your browser may help make this site easier to use. It is possible to change the colour and size of text, as well as background colours, by altering the preferences or options in your browser. You can change the presentation of this website by turning off the style sheet in the browser preferences or by substituting with your own style sheet. How to do this will be different for different types of browser, so you should consult your browser's help section, or go to the BBC’s web page on accessibility at http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility. This information includes useful tips such as using screen magnifying software, making your mouse pointer easier to see and using your own style sheets.

Making text larger

Internet Explorer

Go to the View menu using your mouse or by pressing Alt + V on your keyboard, and select the Text Size option using your mouse or by pressing X. Click on your preferred text size using your mouse or by using the up and down arrow keys and pressing Enter on your keyboard.

Altering text size

Mozilla Firefox

The following instructions will set the minimum font size on your computer’s system, so the size will apply to every site you visit. Go to Tools in your browser's menu using your mouse or by pressing Alt + T. Click on Options, or press O, to open the Options dialog box. Select Content if not already selected or press the tab key until it is highlighted (in blue) and then press Enter. Within Fonts & Colours, select a new font size and click the OK button or press Enter.

Altering text size in Firefox

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