Surf Right Toolbar from the RNIB
Tuesday, June 17th, 2008
The Web Access Centre at RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) has launched the Surf Right Toolbar. The new toolbar available for Internet Explorer is designed to make adjusting viewing options easier, using either the mouse or keyboard.
Many of the functions that the toolbar offers are already available via the ‘Internet Options’ tab in the Internet Explorer browser; but many people are unaware that these options exist, so the toolbar serves as a useful tool to make it easier and quicker to change their viewing options and helps with accessibility.
The toolbar has been developed by RNIB and the Web Accessibility Tools Consortium (WAT-C).
To find out more about the features of the toolbar and how to download, visit the Web Access Centre Blog’s recent article at RNIB Surf Right Toolbar – beta version available.