Find out how to navigate the University of Sussex website and see our accessibility statement.
Finding your way around
There are a variety of techniques you can use to navigate around the site.
You can use the top-level drop-down navigation and the site search, both of which give you access across the entire sussex.ac.uk website and resources contained within. On each section of the site you can use the page navigation (which appears to the left of this content) and the breadcrumb trail (which appears just above this content).
Most modern browsers support some form of built-in text resizing or page zooming. Changing the text size or zoom varies depending on the browser you are using.
Text resizing and page zooming
- PC / Internet Explorer 7
From the Tools cog icon in the top right corner, select Zoom and then choose your setting
- PC / other browsers
Hold down the CTRL key and press + to increase the text/zoom
Hold down the CTRL key and press - to decrease the text/zoom
- Mac / all browsers
Hold down the Command key and press + to increase the text/zoom
Hold down the Command key and press - to decrease the text/zoom
The website has been developed following guidelines which are aimed at achieving a good level of accessibility – we endeavour to meet with WCAG 2.0 AA standards.
These are some of the accessibility and usability guidelines taken into account when developing the site:
- providing simple, consistent site navigation
- using style sheets for visual layout, so that content is readable without style sheets or with a different style applied by your own browser set-up
- using an easy-to-read font type
- endeavouring to provide suitable foreground and background colour contrast
- providing text equivalents for images, where appropriate
- giving access to a site map for individual sections of the site
- providing a 'skip to content' navigational link to aid text-only browsers and page readers.
We welcome feedback on using the site with the aid of assistive software. Email us at email@example.com.
Known browser support for the site
- IE11 and above
- Firefox – latest version
- Safari – latest version
- Chrome – latest version
For help on making internet access easier, see the BBC's My web My way pages for advice on how to adjust your browser, computer, keyboard and mouse settings.