Accessibility

This page is about the accessibility of Go Eat Do.

I’m committed to ensuring that as many people as possible can access this travel and food website.

Go Eat Do does not rely on specific accessibility tools, such as a text resize. Instead it has been developed to work with your web browser or computer settings. This puts you in control of how you use the World Wide Web.

However, I recognise that there may be room for improvement. If you have any difficulty accessing the information or resources available on our website, please let us know by emailing us via the Contact Go Eat Do page.

Customising your web browser or computer settings

There are a number of ways that you can adapt your web browser or computer settings to suit your needs. You can:

  • Change your text size
  • Change your text and background colours
  • Magnify your screen
  • Use your keyboard to navigate
  • Make your mouse easier to use
  • Make your computer speak text aloud

Instructions vary according to your operating system (for example, Windows Vista or Apple Mac) and web browser (for example, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox or Google Chrome).

Details can be found on the following websites:

Logo for Go Eat Do, the travel, food and activities blog by Stuart Forster
Logo for Go Eat Do, the travel, food and activities blog by Stuart Forster.

 

Northern lights in the night sky above Lake Egenolf in northern Manitoba, Canada
Some of the content on Go Eat Do was created in remote locations. This image of the northern lights in the night sky was photographed above Lake Egenolf in northern Manitoba, Canada.
Sailing ships on the River Wear on a sunny day during the 2018 Tall Ships Race in Sunderland, England
Some of the content on this blog was created locally, in the north-east of England. These sailing ships were docked on the River Wear in Sunderland at the start of the 2018 Tall Ships Race.

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