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Access keys are keyboard shortcuts used to navigate to certain areas of the site. They are included for the assistance of users who may have difficulty using a mouse or other pointing device.
The BBC My Web My Way pages give guidance on how to use access keys in different browsers.
In the header on every page is a 'widget' using which you can resize the text of this website. However, you can also control this with your browser settings, meaning that you can do it for all sites not just this one.
If the text is too small (or too big) for you to comfortably read then you can resize it accordingly. Instructions are given for the latest versions of major browsers below:
If you would like to request content on our site in either large print format, an alternative language or on cd, please contact us and we can help you with this.
If you would benefit from changing the text and background colours for this site, there is help is available on how to do this from your browser settings on the BBC My Web My Way pages.
You can translate this site into 57 different languages using Google Translate. Newark and Sherwood District Council is not responsible for the content or accuracy of external websites. You may need to install Language Packs to view some of the languages correctly.
If you do have any issues with this site please get in touch and we will fix any problems to make sure you can get the most out of the site. We always need volunteers with disabilities to help test the site and let us know where we are inadvertently creating problems. If you wish to be involved please contact us by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you are using a Smartphone, Tablet, PC or Mac, BrowseAloud Plus will provide the speech and reading support tools you require for free.
What is BrowseAloud Plus?
BrowseAloud Plus reads website content out loud using the most natural and engaging voice to transform your online reading experience. New features include: Translator, Simplifier, Screen Masking for Touch Screens and the ability to personalise the settings to suit individual needs and preferences.
Other features include:
More than 7,000 websites use BrowseAloud, so once you have it on your device you can listen to all of these websites too. For more information, please visit www.browsealoud.com
Who does BrowseAloud Plus help?
BrowseAloud Plus helps website visitors who require online reading support and those who simply prefer to listen to information instead of reading it. Those with print disabilities, such as dyslexia or mild visual impairments, and those with English as a second language find BrowseAloud Plus particularly useful.
How do I get BrowseAloud Plus?
Click on the BrowseAloud Panel to launch the BrowseAloud Plus toolbar then simply click any text to hear it read aloud.
Support with using BrowseAloud Plus
A full range of support services are provided for BrowseAloud Plus:
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