Cobweb Solutions is committed to making
its online services available to as many people as possible. We are
therefore making a number of changes to our website to make it
accessible in accordance with the accessibility guidelines issued
by the World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C) (external site, new window) and the Royal National Institute
for the Blind (RNIB) (external site, new window).
There are many links to PDF
documents on our site. To read these documents, you will
need the Adobe
Reader (external site, new window) software. Adobe
also provide accessibility tools for PDF
documents (external site, new window).
At Cobweb we believe strongly in the right for all our users to
have easy access to our services and information. For this reason
it is our aim to ensure that all web pages made for the website are
written to the XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard, use Cascading Style
Sheets for presentation and aim to conform to the Web Content
We've made it easy for you to change the size of the text on the
Cobweb website. If the text is too small for you, then you can
change it to a size that you are more comfortable with:
In Internet Explorer on PCs, click the View tab in the menu bar and
select Text Size. You will find a choice of sizes available to
In most other browsers, including recent versions of Netscape and
Internet Explorer (on Apple Macs), Text Size is renamed Text
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