Here are some tips to help you find your way around the site:
- Finding information
- Sections of the site
- Bookmarking pages
You can listen to our website using Browsaloud, for further information on this facility, view our BrowseAloud page.
Our site contains a lot of information and it can sometimes be difficult to know where to start. We have tried to organise the information on our site so that you can find what you want as quickly and as easily as possible.
There are several ways to find the information you are interested in:
- Menus: You can use the menus to look for information by topic. (See Sections of the Site)
- Search: The search facility will search the whole site for you using the keywords you type into the search box, which can be found on each page.
If you have any difficulty finding the information you require please get in touch and we will do our best to help.
Sections of the site
You can navigate through the site using the links on the main menu bar on the top of each page to move between sections. All the links within each section are listed by a drop-down menu. You can get back to the home page by using the “Home” link or clicking on the Birmingham Resilience logo.
You can ‘bookmark’ a page so that you can easily find it again at another time. You can use your browser’s Help button to find out how this is done in your browser.
Some information on the site is available as PDF documents (Portable Document Files). To view these files you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. This is a plug-in which you can download (copy onto your computer) for free from Adobe.
Tools and help are also available to help you access these files: http://access.adobe.com.
If you do not have Microsoft Word on your computer you can use Word Document Viewer to enable you to view Word documents.
If you do not have Microsoft Excel on your computer you can use Excel Document Viewer to enable you to view Excel documents.
We occasionally use other types of attachment on the site. If you have difficulty in accessing any of our documents, please contact the relevant service.
Our contact page gives further details about contacting us by post, telephone, e-mail and fax.