Accessibility

The Hull Training website is designed and developed to work correctly across a wide range of web browsers. It is regularly tested on Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Internet Explorer, and Apple Safari. It is also tested to work in text-only browsers, such as lynx. If using a text-only browser, we recommend using the “Site Map” for easier navigation. The website is Operating System independent, and is regularly tested on Ubuntu Linux, Fedora Linux, Google Android, Apple Mac OS X, Microsoft Windows XP, and Microsoft Windows 7. The Hull Training website does, however, contain videos and multimedia created in the proprietary Adobe Flash format. Flash is used throughout the web, and is installed on 99% of internet-enabled desktop computers (source: Adobe / 2011). Flash is only used for some multimedia elements (videos etc), and is not required to access textual information on this website.

Text Size

Text size on the Hull Training website can be modified by clicking on the  buttons, which are located on every page. Your web browser may also have the ability to change text size (throughout all websites you visit). Instructions for popular browsers are shown below, see your web browser’s documentation for more details.
Google Chrome – Press CTRL and “+” or “-”
Mozilla Firefox – Press CTRL and “+” or “-”
Microsoft Internet Explorer – Unfortunately, Internet Explorer does not have a keyboard shortcut to change text size. To change text size, click “View”, then “Text Size”, and select an option.

 

Availability

We aim to keep the Hull Training website accessible 99.99% of the time or higher, but cannot be held responsible for any downtime or reliance upon accessing our website or services. Please see our terms and conditions page for more details.