Fisher Phillip’s website has been developed in compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, or a subsequent version, published by the Web Accessibility Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium at a minimum Level AA success criteria that all websites be accessible to people with disabilities. There are various types of physical disabilities that impact user interaction on the web. Vision loss, hearing loss, limited manual dexterity, and cognitive disabilities are examples, with each having different means by which to access electronic information effectively. Our goal is to provide a good web experience for all visitors.
To further improve the ease of use and readability of this site, such as increasing the font size, please review the section below on how to customize your browser.
Change font size
In most browsers (example: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome) you could change the font size by following the steps below:
- Open your browser
- Click View button from top menu bar
- Click Text Size
- Select your option
If your browser uses a different naming convention and you do not see this path, please check the Help menu on your browser. The Help menu is usually the last option on the top menu bar, and it can often be accessed by pressing the keys “Alt” + “H”.
In addition, newer browser versions have a magnifying tool that lets you zoom into a page and display all elements at 150 percent, 200 percent, etc. Look for the magnifying tool with a “+” character. This icon is typically located at the bottom of your browser, on the right, or at the top, below the standard menu tools, on the right. Furthermore, the keyboard shortcut to access this tool is: “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “+” to zoom in, and “Ctrl” + “Shift” + “-“ to zoom out.
- Keyboard shortcuts: This is a list of the most common keyboard shortcuts in Firefox, and the equivalents in Internet Explorer and Opera (from Firefox website).
- Mouse shortcuts: This is a list of the most common mouse shortcuts in Firefox, and the equivalents in Internet Explorer and Opera. The shortcuts are for Windows, but most of the Firefox shortcuts should work in Linux, too (from FireFox website).
- Internet Explorer keyboard shortcuts.
- Firefox accessibility extension 1.01 (browser toolbar): The Mozilla/Firefox Accessibility Extension makes it easier for people with a disability to view and navigate web content. Developers can use the toolbar to check their structural markup to make sure it matches the page content.
- List of popular Firefox add-ons.
- Internet Explorer developer toolbar: Disable all CSS and images, resize window, etc.
- Making Internet Explorer more accessible:
- Internet Explorer accessibility options
- Fill in website forms and passwords automatically
- Zoom in on a webpage
- Internet Explorer accessibility options (from Microsoft.com) – Internet Explorer offers many accessibility options to help increase readability and to work better with assistive technology. The IE link above offers answers to some common questions about accessibility options in Internet Explorer:
- Can I use the keyboard to surf the web?
- Can I customize the font size, formatting, and screen colors?
- How can I improve the way IE works with my screen reader or voice recognition software?
- How can I improve legibility when printing webpages?
Change Cascade Style Sheet (CSS)
Below is the step by step on how to change the style sheet file in Internet Explorer. For other browsers please check the Help menu.
- Click Tools from the top menu bar
- Select Internet Options
- Select the General tab (first tab)
- Click on Accessibility button (bottom section, Appearance)
- Click on checkboxes to ignore all colors and font styles and sizes and/or
- Click on checkbox: “Format documents using my style sheet”
- Browse to your personal style sheet and
- Click OK
If you have difficulty accessing any material please contact us. You can direct your request to email@example.com.