Walkthrough of the refreshed Trustee toolkit*

Date: Tuesday, 27 March 2012  |  Time: 14:00 - 14:45


Accessibility Overview

The Live Group are committed to making information available and easily accessible to the public through the GreenGage Live website.

The layout of the site takes into account users who are visually impaired or have difficulties using a mouse. It is fully compatible with popular screen readers, and is navigable via the keyboard alone.

Access keys

Access keys can be used to move quickly to common pages without the need for a mouse.

  • Alt + 0 - Accessibility information
  • Alt + P - Privacy Policy
  • Alt + T - Terms of Website Use
  • Alt + H - Event Home
  • Alt + R - Registration
  • Alt + U - Delegates
  • Alt + Q - FAQ
  • Alt + C - Contact Us
  • Alt + 1 to Alt + 9 Will navigate through the Event Details sections.

Using access keys

Access keys are used in different ways on different browsers.

On Windows

  • Internet Explorer 5 and above: Alt & [access key], Enter
  • Google Chrome, Mozilla, Firefox 1.x, Netscape 6 and above: Alt & [access key]
  • Firefox 2.x: Alt & Shift & [access key]
  • Opera: Shift & Esc & [key number] (or Shift, then Esc, then [access key]).

On Mac OS

  • Mozilla, Firefox, Safari, Netscape: Ctrl & [access key]
  • Opera: Shift & Esc [access key]
  • Internet Explorer: Ctrl & [access key], Enter

Changing text size

The size of the text on this site can be increased or decreased. To do this, adjust your browser's settings by going to the View menu, then select 'text size' or 'text zoom' or 'zoom' and increase the size of the text. Alternatively:

When using Microsoft Internet Explorer hold Alt + V then press X to open the font-size menu. Use the up/down arrow keys to select your desired font size followed by Return or Enter to confirm.

When using Firefox hold Ctrl then use the plus and minus keys to adjust the font size.

When using Opera use the plus and minus keys to increase and decrease the size respectively.

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  • Employers will need to identify who is eligible for #autoenrolment even temporary & part-time staff
  • Over the next three years, around 1.8 million small & micro employers will need to act as a result of #autoenrolment
  • Employers must check when to be ready for #autoenrolment research shows two thirds don’t know when their duties start
  • #Autoenrolment affects all employers with staff in the UK. It’s automatic for staff but not automatic for employers

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