Professor Rod Tucker

Accessibility

Accessibility features of this web site

This page highlights some of the accessibility features found in the University of Melbourne web site, including:

These features are built into the University's web design templates, and should work on any University subsite that uses the templates.

If you encounter an accessibility problem on a University web page, please contact the web team and let us know: telephone +(61 3) 8344 0476 or email web-info@unimelb.edu.au.

You can change the size of text on this site by following the instructions provided below.

Use the 'jump' links to skip navigation or content blocks.

Use the access keys to navigate by shortcuts. To use the access keys on a Windows computer, hold down the alt key and press the relevant letter key. On a Macintosh, hold down the control key while you type the relevant letter. (Access keys are not available in all web browsers.) Here is a list of access keys for this web site:

Changing the size of text

Instructions for Windows PC users with Internet Explorer

  1. Select Internet Options from the View or the Tools menu, depending on your browser
  2. Click on the Accessibility button
  3. Click the Ignore fonts now showing on web pages box so that it now shows a tick
  4. Click OK
  5. Click OK again to close Internet Options
  6. Select the View option from the Menu bar
  7. Select the Text Size option
  8. Choose the text size you prefer

Instructions for Windows PC users with Netscape 4 or later

  1. Select Edit from the Menu Bar
  2. Select Preferences. You now have the option to either Select Appearance or Select Font

Instructions for Macintosh users with Internet Explorer

  1. Select the View option from the Menu bar.
  2. Select the Text Size option
  3. Choose the text size you prefer

Instructions for Macintosh users with Netscape 4 or later

  1. Select the View option from the Menu bar.
  2. Select the Text Size option
  3. Choose the text size you prefer

Other design and programming features

The following features are standard parts of the University's web publishing templates:

When creating web pages based on the templates, University staff are expected to: