frog is committed to website accessibility. This page explains how to use some of the accessibility features of frogblog.

Access Keys

This site can be used without a mouse. There are shortcut keys that will take you to commonly used pages such as the homepage and contact us page. Where possible we have attempted to use standard access keys for each link, following conventions set by other sites.

To use these shortcut keys hold down the ALT key (PC) or CONTROL key (Mac) and then one of the keys in the table below. In some browsers you may have to press enter to confirm your choice.

If you think we should add any other access keys or change any of these ones, please email

Text sizes

All text on this site is scalable. This means that you can change the size of the text easily to make it easier to read. To change the size of the text just follow the instructions below for your browser.

  • Internet Explorer – Select the ‘View’ menu, then ‘Text Size’, and then your chosen size (or if you have a mouse wheel simply hold down CTRL and roll the mouse wheel to alter the text size.
  • Netscape 6, Mozilla – Hold down CTRL and press + or – to alter the text size.
  • Netscape 4 – Hold down CTRL and press [ or ] to alter the text size.
  • Netscape 3 – Select ‘Options’, then ‘General Preferences’, then ‘Fonts’, and then ‘Choose Font…’ to choose a text size.

Text Alternatives

Most content on the site is published in plain text. Any PDFs or Office documents, usually have a plain text alternative. All images on the site have appropriate ALT text.

The only content for which frog is unable to provide an accessible alternative is the Audioblog MP interviews – sorry, but we don’t have the time to create transcripts of these, unless someone volunteers, in which case email frog.

If you find any content on frog blog that doesn’t have an easily available, appropriate text alternative, then please email

Accessibility Resources

frog strives to follow the accessibility advice of the following publications.