Introduction to the site
This site is about Modern Poetry in Translation No.1, a magazine founded by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort in 1965, dedicated to publishing poetry in translation.
The site has a main menu along the top of the page with six key sections to explore.
The ways you can access this website are explained below
These are some of the most common adjustments that you can make to increase access, depending on what makes things easier for you:
There are a number of programmes available that enable your computer to talk to you.
Microsoft Windows comes with a basic screen reader called Narrator, which reads text on the screen aloud and describes some events (such as an error message appearing) that happen while you’re using the computer. You can find more information on how to use Narrator on the Microsoft website
There are also a number of Screen Reader programmes with more features, such as being able to read whole documents. Some of the most popular include:
For Mac users, the Mac operating system also has a built in speech to text function, which you can access by going to ‘System Preferences’ and selecting ‘Universal Access’.
Magnifying the screen
For Mac users, you can select the screen magnifier option by going to ‘System Preferences’ and selecting ‘Universal Access’.
Making the mouse point bigger
For Mac users, click on ‘System Preferences’ and select ‘Universal Access’ followed by ‘Mouse & Track pad’. You can then make the mouse pointer bigger by sliding the Cursor Size bar.
Slowing down the mouse speed
For Mac users, from the ‘Mouse & Track pad’ menu you can use the ‘Tracking Speed’ slider bar to change the mouse speed.
Using the keyboard to move around a website
There is further information on keyboard shortcuts on the Microsoft Windows website. You can also find information on using the keyboard with different web browsers and other programmes in this RNIB guide.
More info for access on different devices
- Windows: for information about accessibility options using a Windows PC see Windows Accessibility features
- Apple: for information about accessibility options using an Apple PC see Apple accessibility for OSX
- On an iPhone or iPad: for information about accessibility options using an iPhone see Apple accessibility for ios
- On an Android device: for information about accessibility options using an Android device see the Android accessibility help centre