Accessibility


What does accessibility mean?

Accessibility is the word used to describe whether a product (for example, a website, mobile site, digital TV interface or application) can be used by people of all abilities and disabilities.

For instance, a website is accessible if all people, including disabled and elderly people, can use it. 

Compatibility with tools

This website should be compatible with recent versions of the following screen readers:

  • Jaws
  • ZoomText
  • NVDA
  • VoiceOver
  • Window Eyes
  • Supernova screen readers
  • Magic

The site should also be compatible with:

  • basic operating system screen magnifiers
  • talking browsers such as Browsealoud
  • speech recognition software, eg Dragon Naturally Speaking
  • operating system speech packages

Readability

We have made every effort to ensure this web site is easily readable using 'plain english'. We carry out regular research with our local customers and all our publishers attend training to present content in an easy to read format.

Text size

The text size for this site can be changed using your browser.

  • Internet Explorer: Select the "View" menu, then "Zoom"
  • FireFox: Select the "View" menu, then "Zoom" or "Zoom text only"
  • Safari: Select the "View" menu, then "Make text bigger" or "Make text smaller"
  • Opera: Select the "View" menu or opera button, then "Zoom"
  • Chrome: Select the "Menu" icon, then increase or decrease the font size by clicking the + (plus) or - (minus) in the Zoom section of the menu. The browser's default Zoom is 100%.

Get help

You can find guidance from the BBC about:

Leave feedback

You should contact us at equalities@milton-keynes.gov.uk if you have trouble using the website - this will help us to make improvements.

Last Updated: 13 July 2016