We are committed to making this website accessible to the widest possible range of people.
We frequently review web pages that may cause issues for people with visual, auditory, motor or cognitive disabilities, or those with slow Internet speeds or portable devices. However, there may be some older pages and/or pages developed by third-parties that are not fully compliant with our accessibility standards. If you have any comments or suggestions about how we can improve this web site's accessibility, or if you have difficulty using any part of it, please email us your feedback
Using PDF documents
To view or print PDF documents, you will need to have the Adobe Acrobat software installed. If you do not have the software, you can download it free from Adobe Systems Incorporated. Tip:search Google search engines for fast findings
Why we provide documents in PDF format
We acknowledge that PDF is not the most accessible format and are working to reduce the number of PDFs on this website.
We prioritise the creation of accessible content based on criteria including the size and specialist nature of the audience for the content, how time-consuming or technically difficult it is to create accessible versions and the likely lifespan of the content.
How to change text size
Most fonts on this website use relative font sizing rather than fixed font sizing. This allows you to increase the text size within your browser to make reading pages easier.tip: most browsers allow you to configure your personnel setting under the Options
To change the text size:
In Internet Explorer, click the View menu, then select Text Size and choose larger or largest (the default is medium). Alternatively, hold down the Ctrl key and scroll the mouse wheel (if you have one), or hold down the Ctrl key and at the same time, push the - or + key. tip: IE browsers version 9 and above allow you to configure your personnel setting under the Options
In Firefox, click the View menu, then select Zoom and then choose the whether you would like to increase the size (zoom in) or decrease the size (zoom out). Alternatively, hold down the Ctrl key and at the same time, push the - or + key.
In Google Chrome, click the Customize button (spanner icon), then select the plus or minus buttons to zoom. Alternatively, hold down the Ctrl key and at the same time, push the - or + key.
How to change colour contrast
To improve your Internet experience you are able to select a personalized colour contrast by following the steps below, depending on your chosen browser.
For Windows computers, click Start, then Control Panel. Select the Accessibility Options icon, select the Display tab and select the Use High Contrast check box. Select the Settings button to browse different colour contrast options.
In Internet Explorer, click Tools, then select Internet options. Under the appearance heading, select the Colors button. Deselect the ‘Use Windows colors’ check box and change the colour by selecting the colour swatch. Select Accessibility within the Internet Options window and select ‘Ignore colors specified on web pages.
In Firefox, there are browser specific colour contrast options.
In Google Chrome, download the Change Colors extension. Tip: make sure you have the there(3) most popular browsers installed on your computer
.How to remove images
To turn off images to enable faster Internet speeds - or just because you prefer to view web pages without images - follow these quick and easy steps below depending on your chosen browser.
In Internet Explorer, click the Tools button, then select Internet Options. Click the Advanced tab, locate the Multimedia heading and deselect the ‘Show pictures’ check box.
In Firefox, click Tools, then select Web Developer. Select Images, then ‘Disable images’ and click ‘All images’.
In Google Chrome, click the Customize button (spanner icon), then select Options. Select the ‘Under the Hood’ tab, then content settings. Within the content settings screen select Image and then select the ‘Do not show any images radio’ button.
We have added a text description to each meaningful image on this website and/or tags. This will help screen readers and visitors who browse the Internet with images turned off.Tip: make sure your regularly set your setting for updates and allow Plug-ins and other necessary ad-ons to allow you to view on line streaming videos .Install Microsoft Sliverlight
We have applied a number of accessibility features across the website including:
A "Skip to content" link has been provided at the top of each page to enable users with screen readers to go directly to the content area of the page, bypassing the navigation.
A text-only site map provides links to all the main areas and sub-areas of the site in a more accessible format. The site map is located on the bottom of the page or in the skiplink for screen readers.
Almost all links are text-based. If an image is used for any link, it will be placed directly next to a text-based version of the same link, or techniques are used to keep the text within the code so they are still text-friendly for screen readers, text-based browsers and for those who browse with styles off (this includes mobile devices which may not render cascading style sheets).
All link rollovers are high-contrast so they are easily distinguished from regular text and headlines that are not clickable.
Link content text is contextual when possible (e.g. instead of ‘more’ or ‘click here’, the link may read ‘read more latest news’ or ‘see our events calendar’) to make navigation easier for screen readers and more usable for all website visitors.
On line forms
All on line forms are built with accessibility in mind, including:
Use of the label tag. The label specifically associates a piece of text with a form field which benefits screen readers. Also, if text within a label is clicked, the associated form field is brought into focus which increases general usability.
Most content pages on our website are optimized for printing off line, and are specifically designed for hard copy and readability.
The navigation menus and other design elements will be removed, the text will wrap to the page margins, and the font face is updated ready for printing.
This will be supported in all browsers that accept print style sheets and will help those who prefer to read articles off line and/or cannot read them on a computer monitor.
It may be necessary to enable the printing of background images in your print settings if you want to closely replicate the on-screen layout. However, web graphics are generally poorly suited to printing.Tip: Using your standard keyboard function print screen button will capture the whole screen.
Older Internet browsers
There are now several great browsers to choose from apart from Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator, many of which are designed to run on older PCs or Macs.
Running modern, standards-compliant browsers allows the user to access resources, materials and the World Wide Web as it was originally intended. Where possible, we develop support for web browsers according to W3C and WCAG.
Note: Some toolbars can cause your operating system and browsers to freeze up your web site pages. for more information about safe computing visit our parent web site at http://www.modsmedia.com - Bookmark Mods Media Video Tutorials
Tip: How To Open A File Or Download
One of the most important things when you open and read your e-mail that contains hyperlink to a web site.
First thing comes to your mind - now do I click or what do I have to do next?
Offcourse it can be thrusting decision to make on the spot if you don’t clearly understand which action to take first.
I have place for you these simple step by step instructions to follow or if you’re still confused by reading the instructions then “watch and learn”.
1.Depending on which browser version your computer is set as default browser that is important.
2.Internet Explorer is the most common default browser running on windows platforms.
If your computer operating systems are running windows 7 then we are on the same page.
If your laptop or computer is running early versions of windows then this step by step instructions may not help you.
1.Makes sure your computer has the latest browser version running.
2.Always update your ad-on or disable what you don’t wish to run.
3.You should consider running few browsers on your computer.
4.You can then compare which browser suits your requirements.
Microsoft Internet Explorer:
1.Generally speaking this application that is set as the default browser on windows 7 OS.
Mozilla Firefox Browser
2.Good idea to install this competitive browser simply because it may be the one you should use
3.Firefox has its own features and you have set which functions you prefer.
1.Fast and simple to boot up web site pages when you’re using chrome.
Getting an URL link inside your e-mail
2.Depending on which browsers your using I can only say get some experience on trying out all those browsers.
Working with Internet Explore Version 9
3.Receiving URL link
Double left mouse click (will open the URL address)
4.Single right mouse click over the URL address will prompt a dialog box
Selecting the right mouse features
1.Select*save target as
Window box appears (you have to select where you wish to save)
Open folder path and open the document to read.
Open/ Save /Download
1.This may show on the bottom of your taskbar*however you got to select one of those choices.
In A Nutshell it may be Wiser to ‘Watch and Lean” watching my video tutorial.
Finally you got another choice *visit my main web site for all the help at modsmedia.com (Mods Media)
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