The website should be accessible and useful to all visitors, regardless of whether they have any disability and regardless of the browser or operating system they use.
The site uses style sheets (CSS) for browsers to automatically customize the page for printing. In this way, no special print version is needed, but you print pages from the website by using your browser's built-in printing function.On the printouts, menus and other navigation are removed, the font changed to serif fonts, and the text size adapted for printing. If you want to see what the print looks like before sending it to the printer, you can select "Preview" in your browser or in the print window.
The website uses relative font size, which means that it is possible to change the text size using any browser's built-in functionality. Depending on the browser you use, you do a few different ways to change the text size. Which browser you are using, you can see at the top of the window or in the menu bar. If you are unsure how to do this, information about it should be in the browser's documentation or help system.
Generally, no links should be opened in new windows. If a link opens in a new window, it is clearly indicated in the link text.
If you want to open a link yourself in a new window or tab, you can do so by right-clicking on the link and selecting "Open in new window" or "Open in new tab".
You can also hold down a key while clicking a link to open it in a new window or tab. Which key it is varies between browser and operating system, but the most common is Ctrl in Windows and Cmd (Apple) in Mac OS X.
If you have difficulty using a mouse, it is often easier to navigate using the keyboard. In most browsers, you can do this by using the Tab key to jump from one link to the next, and the Enter or Return key to activate a link. To jump to the previous link, hold down the Shift key while pressing Tab.
If you navigate using the keyboard, use an older mobile phone or a screen reader, it can be difficult to have to "tab" your way past a lot of links before you get to the main content of the page. Therefore, first on each page there is a link that makes it possible to skip past menus and other things and get directly to the main content.
A cookie is a small text file that the website you visit requests to save on your computer. Cookies are used on many websites to give a visitor access to various functions. The information in the cookie can be used to follow a user's browsing.
One type saves a file for a longer period of time on your computer. It is used, for example, for functions that tell you what is new since you as a user last visited the website.
The second type of cookie is called session cookies. While you are browsing a page, this cookie is temporarily stored in your computer's memory, for example, to keep track of which language you have chosen. Session cookies disappear when you close your browser.
To avoid cookies being saved on your computer, you can change the settings in your browser. For more information on how to do this, please refer to your browser's documentation. Keep in mind that if you turn off cookies, some services and / or pages may completely or partially stop working.