accessibility help ×
ISS endeavours to make the website accessible.
- all images have 'Alt' tags containing descriptions of the images that can be read by 'screen readers'.
- our web pages are either naturally 'high contrast' or have a 'high contrast' version available.
Web pages can be resized using keys:
Ctrl+ for 'grow' and Ctrl- for 'shrink'.
My Web My Way - BBC website that provides up-to-date information on changing your browser settings for Windows, Mac and Linux users.
Colour schemes can help people with reading difficulties:
Low Contrast - the original 'designer' look
High Contrast - dark blue colour scheme
Lancaster University - home colour scheme
Reduced Glare - green for easy reading
High Contrast - for visually impaired users
To change colour scheme click on the 'a' symbols at the bottom right of the screen.
Web Browser Compatibility
ISS endeavours to make the ISS Website fully viewable in the most popular web browsers. The ISS website is tested with Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.
9/01/2012 Google Chrome and LancasterAnswers - currently there are some issues with viewing LancasterAnswers with Google Chrome which has some impact on the Service Catalogue.
Solution - the current issues can be resolved by installing and using the 'IE Tab' extension in Google Chrome.
Note - some browsers e.g. Google Chrome, have a rapid development cycle. This means that issues with the rapid development browsers may be resolved quickly, but equally new issues may arise more frequently.