The Magic Lantern Society strives to make its website accessible for all users, including people with disabilities. Please understand that although we continue to test and modify our website for accessibility, there may be links to pages developed by third parties that are not compliant with our standards.Standards Compliance
Our website uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for presentation purposes. A modern browser is needed to make the most out of our site, though the site is still usable in older browsers and alternative devices. All web pages are checked for compliance with current accessibility standards.
How do I make the text bigger so that it is easier for me to read?
Using your browser controls:
Most browsers will change text size by pressing the CTRL and + (increase) or CTRL and - (decrease) keys. You can also make the change using the menus:
With Internet Explorer, go to View > Text size > and select the size you want.
With Mozilla Firefox, go to View > Text size > and select the size you want.
With Netscape, go to View > Text zoom > and select the size you want.
How do I change colours so that the contrast is better for me?
To change the colour of the text and background your browser displays you need to find the Colors option dialogue box.
Using Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet options > Colors Uncheck Use windows colors and select the colours you prefer.
Using Mozilla Firefox, go to Tools > Options > Content, click the Colors button and select the colours you prefer.
Using Netscape, go to Edit > Preferences > Colors Select Use my chosen colors
I find a mouse difficult to use - how do I move around without one?
Access keys allow you to move around the main areas of the site without using a mouse.
Press the ALT key (Windows) or the Control key (Mac) and the appropriate letter key to jump to the link, and then Return to activate the link.
Access keys for Internet Explorer are set as follows:
ALT and 1 = Skip navigation
ALT and 3 = Jump to the page Navigation
ALT and i = Home Page
ALT and c = Contact Page
ALT and a = Accessibility Page
ALT and h = Site help
ALT and m = Site map
How Access keys work can depend on the browser you are using. If you experience any difficulty, please consult your software's Help pages.
What are PDF's and how do I read them?
PDF stands for Portable Document File. It is the most popular way of making downloadable documents available on the web.
Adobe Acrobat documents can be converted to plain text documents using Adobe PDF Conversion by Simple Form.
The latest version of Acrobat Reader (version 7) has a Read Out Loud facility, which can be found under the View menu.
Where can I obtain the latest version of my Internet browser?
The most recent versions can be downloaded from the web.
Where can I learn more about Accessibility?
For more online help and web tips, visit the BBC's My Web, My Way website.
If you have any problems accessing the content of this site or using any form of adaptive technology, please contact us and we will make every effort to solve the problem.