The text size of the web pages can be changed using your browser's built-in controls. If you don't know how to do this then it's worth spending a little time learning how. The browser controls work on all sites that meet accessibility guidelines. What's more, they work in a consistent way - no more searching for controls that are different on every site!
The W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative have a page that explains how to change text size on various common browsers.
As a quick tip, the most common method of increasing text size on a desktop/laptop computer browser is to press + (the plus symbol), sometimes with Control or Command depending on the browser and the computer. To decrease text size, press - (the minus symbol), sometimes with Control or Command. On a tablet PC or smart phone, the pinch gesture is commonly used to zoom in and out.
We want everyone who visits the site to feel welcome and find the experience rewarding.
We use the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. These guidelines help make web content more accessible for people with disabilities, and user friendly for everyone.
The guidelines have three levels of accessibility: A, AA and AAA. We've chosen the highest level, AAA, as the target.
We've assessed the site and determined it conforms to level AAA. There's are, of course, a small number of caveats/exceptions where the guidelines are not applicable.