Accessibility and customization

The site is designed such that a broad range of users will be able to use it according to their needs and wishes


An accessible website benefits everyone. Accessibility work is not something everyone notices, but it is important in order for everyone to have a good starting point for using the site according to their needs. SIR has been developed based on the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 Level AA. We have followed the guidelines in order to ensure that the site conforms to the approved level of contrast for text against background, design and navigation are consistently applied and that the underlying code is properly structured.

Customize the website

You can change the text size for the website by adjusting your browser settings. In most modern browsers you can do this by holding down the Ctrl key and rolling the wheel on your mouse. On a Mac you can instead hold down the "Command" (pretzel) key while pressing + to increase or - to decrease font size. Reset by pressing Ctrl + 0 (zero).

If this does not work you can alternatively find options for changing the font size in the menu of your browser:

  • In Firefox, select "View" and then "Text Size". You can also use the Ctrl key together with + or -.
  • In Internet Explorer, select "View" and then "Text Size".
  • In Chrome, click on the icon in the upper right hand corner of the browser which resembles three horizontal dots. Then click "Zoom" in the menu that opens. Click on the "Larger" to enlarge the text or "Smaller" to reduce the size of the text.
  • In Safari, click on "Menu" and select "Content". Then click "Increase font size" to make the text larger.