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Bauer Consumer Media are committed to providing websites that are accessible to the widest possible audience, regardless of technology or ability. We actively work to increase the accessibility and usability of our websites and in doing so adhere to many of the available standards and guidelines.
The following sections explain how to make the content of this website more accessible for people with disabilities. However, should you experience any difficulty in accessing this website, please don't hesitate to contact us.
The website has been built using code compliant with W3C standards for HTML 5 and CSS 2.0. The site displays correctly in current web browsers and by using standards compliant HTML/CSS code means any future browsers should also display it correctly. This website also endeavours to conform to level AA of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.
This website uses relative font sizes to enable you to change the size of the text on the page. To resize the text, please follow the instructions below for your particular web browser:
Select View > Text Size, then select the desired size. Alternatively, hold down the Ctrl key and move your mouse scroll wheel.
Select View > Text Size, then increase or decrease the size. Alternatively, press Ctrl+ or Ctrl- to increase or decrease it respectively (Cmd+ / Cmd- if using a Mac).
Use the Zoom functionality built into the browser to increase or decrease the page enlargement factor.
To help you navigate around the site without using a mouse, this website utilises keyboard shortcuts (called "access keys") on the main links within the site. To use access keys, you need to hold down a key combination and press the corresponding letter that appears on screen against the link that you wish to navigate to. Please follow the instructions below for your particular web browser:
Hold down the Alt & Shift keys (Cmd & Shift on a Mac) and select a letter that appears on screen.
Hold down the Alt key (Cmd on a Mac) and select a letter that appears on screen.
Standard access keys, as recommended by UK Government guidelines, are provided as follows: