Welcome to the ClearLaw website, we have tried to make our website intuitive and easy to use. Here are some helpful tips for using the website.

Navigating the website

You can get around the main sections of the website by using the navigation found at the top of every page – Home, About, Services, Case studies, News and Contact. Within each section there is a secondary level of navigation which appears on the left hand panel of the page.

Alternatively you can use the site map on our website to find information that you want quickly and easily. The link to the site map can be found at the bottom of each page.

The search feature on the website enables you to type in a keyword or phrase that you are interested and relevant content will be displayed in a list format.

Changing the size of the text

You can customise your browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla or similar programme) to make the text larger. If you are using Internet Explorer, click on ‘View;’ then ‘Text Size’ and select ‘Medium’, ‘Larger’ or ‘Largest’.

Browse-aloud

You can also make the website talk by downloading the free text to speech software BrowseAloud. Simply install it and then move your mouse over any text, link, picture or button and BrowseAloud will speak to you. The download is approximately 2.5Mb.

Where can I find out more about using the Internet?

The BBC website, My Web My Way, provides more detailed advice and help for people with disabilities. To find out more information, navigate to the BBC website by clicking on this link: http://www.bbc.co.uk/accessibility/