accessibility information


This page contains information on facilities available from the site including methods of navigation, information about access keys and advice on viewing the site using alternative colours and sizes.

This page is available from every page of the West Pennine Moors site.

About the Site

This website provides information about The West Pennine Moors; its landscape, its attractions, its wildlife, and those who are helping to conserve and enhance it.

Whilst the website has been designed to be as accessible to as many users as possible, the pages have been optimised to be best viewed using browser versions 5 or above (Internet Explorer & Netscape Navigator).

Access Keys

We have included the UK Government standard access keys throughout this web site to provide you with keyboard shortcuts to important sections.

If you are using a Windows-based system please press the ‘Alt key’ and the access key, followed by pressing the ‘Return key’. If you are using a Macintosh system please press the ‘Ctrl key’ and the access key, followed by pressing the ‘Return key’.

Listed below are the access keys that you will find on every page:

  • 0 – Accessibility Options Page
  • 1 – Home Page
  • 3 – Site Map Page
  • 4 – Search
  • 8 – Terms and conditions
  • 9 – Feedback form
  • C – Content
  • H – Head navigation
  • N – Main navigation
  • B – Base of page
  • T – Top of page

Screen and Text Colours

Select one of the styles below to change the size of text, and the colour scheme of the site. Note this option requries that cookies are enabled on your computer. If you do not see a change in style after clicking on the link please refresh your browser as it means the previous values have been cached.

Page Style

Current Style: Standard

General help

File Formats

Some items provided on the web site require additional services to be downloaded.

This site uses PDF (Adobe Acrobat) file format for the publication of large and complex documents. Please note that Adobe Acrobat documents can be converted back to plain text using Adobe’s Web-based conversion service.

To view and print PDF files, you must have Adobe® Acrobat® Reader installed. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free. Visit the accessibility pages at Adobe for further information relating to accessing these documents.

The site also publishes documents in Microsoft Word 2000 format. To view and print Microsoft Word files you must either have Word installed on your PC or you can download a Microsoft Word Reader for free.


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Our website uses cookies to “remember” the accessibility styles you choose. If you have cookies turned off you will not be able to use the accessibility colour changes outlined above. This information is the only cookie created by our site.