We have made every effort to make our website accessible and easy to use for everyone. making our content more accessible with reading and translation support.
Downloading documents from our website
Throughout our website you will see links to our documents which you can open, or download onto your computer. We have converted the majority of documents on our website to PDF (portable document format). This means you will be able to read these documents if you have Adobe Reader installed on your computer regardless of the software you use to create your own documents. Adobe Reader is the name of the free software that can open PDF documents. If it is not already installed on your computer you will need to download Adobe Reader and follow the instructions to install this software.
Other document formats
You may come across other documents on our website which are in Microsoft Word format. If you do not have Microsoft Word on your computer we recommend installing the Word mobile app or storing documents in OneDrive or Dropbox, where Word Online opens them in your browser.
The BBC’s My web, my way
My web my way is part of the BBC website and provides advice and help on how to get the most of the accessibility features and assistive technologies available for your computer, so that you can view the web in a more accessible way. There are How to guides that show you how to customise the accessibility features of your computer setup or web browser. Also included are factsheets that introduce the range of assistive technologies that are available.
We have made every effort to make our website accessible and easy to use for everyone. Our website conforms to level Double-A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, which is the highest level of web accessibility.
Maintaining an accessible website is an ongoing process and we are continually working to offer a user friendly experience.