The Merthyr Housing website is regularly updated and we aim to make the content universally accessible. We will minimize the use of graphics and photos, and will provide descriptions of them when they are included.
In order to ensure that this website continues to develop as an accessible and up-to-date resource, please let us know if you experience any difficulties with accessing this site, for example viewing the contents of different areas of the site or conflict with assistive technology.
If you have any ideas how this site could be further developed or improved, then please let us know by emailing email@example.com or calling us on 01685 352800
We strive to make our websites accessible to all. If you have difficulty acessing or using our website, please contact us:
Merthyr Housing, 11/12 Lower High Street, Merthyr Tydfil, CF47 8EB
Users that have difficultly using a mouse can navigate all major sections of the website using TAB and Arrow keys. Use TAB to highlight menus, and swicth between links using the arrow keys. Some menu links have sub menus which can be accessed using the DOWN/UP arrow keys. When a menu item is highlighted, click ENTER to navigate to that page.
Zoom to increase page size
In most modern PC’s and browers you can zoom in by holding down CTRL & +. To zoom out hold down CTRL & -. (Mac users hold down APPLE & +/-)
Increase font size
Many people find the text on the screen difficult to read, for example if you are working at a higher screen resolution or using a laptop with a smaller screen you may find the text too small to read easily. Also if you have sight loss you may also want to increase the size of the text to make it easier to read.
You can increase the size of the text on this website by holding down the control key and pressing the + button or minus one to decrease the font size, or by turning the wheel of the mouse. If you are using a Mac, you will need to hold down the command key.
BrowseAloud adds speech and reading support to online content to extend the reach of websites for the 20% of the population who require reading support. This includes those with dyslexia, learning difficulties, mild visual impairments and those with English as a second language.
BrowseAloud is free to use and works with all major browsers.
The Association is committed to ensuring that as many people as possible can access and use our site. Rather than asking visitors to our site to download Browsealoud, we have it integrated into our site. To access this feature – click on the icon featured on the top right hand corner and follow the instructions. We hope you find this helpful. To hear text read aloud from a desktop or laptop computer you simply move your mouse pointer over the text. From a touch screen device, you simply click on the text to hear it read aloud.