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The pages on this site are being updated to a new format. This is to improve accessibility for all visiting this site. This work is going to take some time to complete. The information on this page is referring to the older pages on this site that haven't been updated to the new format. This page is also waiting to be updated to the new format. Hopefully in the near future this site well have a new category for access issues that include a new guide, to explain how to use the facilities on this site.
 

About:
Hi2u 4 People with Hidden Impairments, web site.

A User Guide

This site is designed for and by people with first hand experience of hidden impairments also known as invisible disabilities. Designed with a simple navigation facility to access a wide variety of information from many different resources. Articles from people with first hand experiences of hidden impairments, professionals and other members of society. Along with promoting skills and talents people with hidden impairments have. Providing a valuable resource for information that may be useful for any members of society. Hopefully this page will provide you with some basic knowledge about using the "hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments" web site.

If you have reading difficulties? This site is Browsealoud enabled, which means if you download Browsealoud software (if you haven't already got this on your computer). This will enable you to have the majority if not all the information on this site read out to you. Its like a talking web site. To download Browsealoud click the logo button below or to see our review click here.

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When you access this site using www.hi2u.org the first page you see is known as the index page. On this site that is the entrance page that provides choices for continuing with your visit. The option we recommend is clicking on "Enter New Site" this will take you to our main home page with a grey menu on the side. This will give you the opportunity to access the main subject pages while keeping this menu. This uses frames that may not be supported by all computers. If your computer doesn't support frames or you would rather access pages without the grey menu you will find an option on the index (entrance) page to enter the site without using frames.

 

Pitcher displaying part of top of web page belonging to the hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site.

 

Pitcher of side menu belonging to the hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site.

At the top of each page you will see the coloured Hi2u text logo. On the right of that you will find a list of links for you to participate or contact information.


On the left you will find a grey menu with links to all the main subject pages. If you haven't got this menu on the left hand side it's probably because you are visiting pages on their own or chosen to enter the site without frames. If you need to move down or up the grey menu click on the blue triangles.


At the end of every page you will find a menu with links to many if not all of the main subject pages. You will also notice that there is a link for "Terms and Conditions / Disclaimer" of using the "Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments" web site.

 

Pitcher displaying part of the end of web page belonging to the hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments, web site.

 

If you enter site without using frames you can still find a menu at the end of each page with most of main subject pages. However not all of the main subject pages will be on this menu at the end of every page. This is because there are more main subject pages being added to the site. It isn't practical to re-edit all of the earlier pages to include a new subject page hyper link on menu at end of every page throughout the site. To ensure your not missing out on any new subject pages visit the contents page for a complete list of main subject pages. If you wish to visit the contents page now click here.


 

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