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Adhering to web standards
This site is validated as HTML5 and uses CSS3, the latest version of cascading style sheet. This means it complies with web standards set by the World Web Consortium. This in turn means the site’s pages can be understood by people using voice browsers, Braille browsers, hand-held browsers, teletext displays and other devices that help people with disabilities use the web. The site’s pages can also be understood by older browsers. The combination of colours and type size used on this site are based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines from the World Web Consortium.

Moving around a page
If you find using a mouse difficult, try using the arrow keys on your keyboard. The up and down keys will help with scrolling. The BBC website My web my way has guides which explain how to change the settings on your computer or web browser if you find a keyboard or mouse hard to use.

Changing the size of the text
You can change the settings on your computer or in your web browser to make the text larger. Follow the link to find instructions on how to change the size of your text. How to make your text larger (BBC: My web my way).

The majority of downloadable documents on this site are presented as PDFs. In order to see them, you need an Adobe Acrobat reader on your computer. You can download Adobe Acrobat reader free of charge.  If you need information about downloading pdfs and how you can save them on your computer, visit the BBC WebWise site.

Is this site available in other languages?
A free web page translation service is available from Google. Visit www.translate.google.com, type www.researchintorecovery.com in the box, choose the language you need and press ‘translate’.