Disability Research and Education.
The Donald Beasley Institute is a national, independent, non-profit organisation based in Dunedin, New Zealand.
Internet website visitors who have impaired sight often find that the font is too small for them to read comfortably. The font size displayed by the internet browser can be easily adjusted.
Regardless of which browser you prefer using, the font size can be increased by pressing Ctrl + and decreased again by pressing Ctrl -.
If your mouse has a scroll wheel, press Ctrl and hold it down while rolling the wheel forward to enlarge the font, and backward to decrease the size.
Regardless of which browser you prefer using, the font size can be increased by pressing CMD + and decreased again by pressing CMD -.
Access keys are keyboard shortcuts intended to help users who have difficulty in using pointing devices such as a mouse. Not every user has a graphic environment with a mouse or other pointing device - some rely on keyboard, alternative keyboard or voice input to navigate. They are:
[ = Jump to main the main content
0 = Accessibility
h = Home
2 = Who We Are
3 = What's Happening
4 = Resources
5 = Where We Are
Internet Explorer - Alt + Access Key
Firefox (Windows) - Ctrl + Access Key
Firefox (Mac) - Ctrl + Opt + Access Key
Chrome (Windows) - Alt + Access Key
Chrome (Mac) + Ctrl + Opt + Access Key
Safari (Windows) - Alt + Access Key
Safari (Mac) - Ctrl + Opt + Access Key