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Accessibility on this website

The University is committed to making its website and the material provided on it accessible to as many people as possible. We try to make our website compatible with as many browsers as possible, but you may see inconsistencies in the presentation of pages if you are using an older browser. If you have problems accessing information or if you prefer information in a different format, please email us at is-web-team@nottingham.ac.uk.

Adjusting text size

You can increase or reduce the text size by using your browser's zoom function.  On most browsers:

  • pressing the Control and + keys together will increase the size of the page
  • pressing the Control and - keys together will decrease the size of the page
  • pressing the Control and 0 keys together will return the page size to the original

On a Macintosh computer, you should use the 'Command' key instead of 'Control' in these combinations.

If this does not work on your browser, please consult your browser's help pages. 

Changing your browser settings

If you are using a website and the text is too small, the font is difficult to read, or the colours that are used make the website difficult to read, you may wish to change certain settings in your web browser.

Below are instructions on how to change the following:

  • Text Size
  • Text Style
  • Text and Background Colour

View browser instructions below:

Browser support

We have made every effort to ensure this website is cross platform and cross browser compatible. However, older browsers may not be fully supported. We encourage users of this website to upgrade to the latest version of their chosen web browser, this will not only enhance the user experience of this site but websites in general. Common web browsers can be downloaded by clicking on the links below:

Viewers/readers

If you work off campus, or on your own computer, University supported software may not be available to you. The following viewers/readers can be download and installed to enable you to view certain files:

Further assistance

A number of University departments provide assistance with computing facilities and services for disabled students:

Internal information:

External information:

Feedback

We try to make our website as user friendly as possible and are constantly looking to improve accessibility and user experience. We would therefore welcome your comments and suggestions. Please complete our Comment/feedback form.