Into Film is dedicated to making our website easy to view for all users regardless of physical, economic or technological circumstances.
All pages validate as HTML5.
The stylesheet validates using the W3C CSS Validator.
Here are some tips on making the website easier to read if you are having difficulty:
How do I make text bigger?
Using Internet Explorer on a PC or Mac, go to View > Text size > and select the size you want.
Using Google Chrome for Mac, go to View > Zoom In.
Using Google Chrome for PC, go to the page menu bar in the top right of the page and adjust the zoom.
Using Firefox for PC, go to View > Text size > and select Increase.
Using Firefox for Mac, go to View > Zoom In.
How do I change fonts and colours so that the contrast is better for me?
To change the colour of the text and background of your browser displays you need to find the Colours option dialogue box.
Using Google Chrome, enter chrome://settings/fonts into your Chrome browser, and manage all fonts and colours settings there.
Using Internet Explorer, go to Tools > Internet Options > General, and change font and colour using the Fonts and Colours buttons respectively.
Using Firefox for Mac or PC, click the menu button (three horizontal bars) on the top right corner of your browser, and choose Preferences. Select Content from the left-hand side to reveal Fonts & Colours. Use the drop-down menu to select the font and font size or your choice. Click the Colours button to change colours.
How do I move around the site without using a mouse?
You can use the Tab key to move between links and between sections of a form. Holding down the Shift key and pressing Tab will move you back up the page. You can use the Return key to follow a link or to select an option in a form. The Up and Down keys allow you to select options from drop-down menus.
How do I open your PDF files?
To open our PDF files, which are most commonly film education resources, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don't have it, you can download it for free.
For more accessibility tips, we recommend you utilise the 'My Web My Way' portal from the BBC. It provides clear and helpful advice on the following topics: