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When you are visiting Virgin Money online you expect to be able to see and understand all the information available.  We've designed, built (and written the words for) our websites with accessibility as a key priority.

Accessible content means that you can see, use and understand online information no matter what hardware or software you're using, including web browsers and assistive technologies like screen readers.

Tips to help you use the site

Your web browser must be ‘JavaScript enabled’ to use some of our calculators.

The below are instructions we’ve borrowed from Google for getting your settings sorted on some of the more common web browsers. If your browser isn’t in the list, the easiest way to figure out what to do is to head straight to your browser’s help pages.

(Oh, and your settings may be impacted if you upgrade your browser, install new security software or security patches.)

Internet Explorer (6.0)

  1. Select ‘Tools’ from the top menu.
  2. Choose ‘Internet Options’.
  3. Click ‘Security’.
  4. Click ‘Custom Level’.
  5. Scroll down to the section called ‘Scripting’.
  6. Under ‘Active Scripting’, select ‘Enable’ and click ‘OK’.

Internet Explorer (7.0 and 8.0)

  1. Select ‘Tools’ > ‘Internet Options’.
  2. Click on the ‘Security’ tab.
  3. Click the ‘Custom Level’ button.
  4. CScroll down to the ‘Scripting’ section.
  5. Select ‘Enable for Active Scripting and Scripting of Java Applets’.
  6. Click ‘OK’.
  7. Select ‘YES’ if a box appears to confirm.
  8. Click ‘OK’. Close window.
  9. Refresh page.

Mozilla Firefox (2.x and 3.x)

  1. Open Firefox.
  2. On the ‘Tools’ menu, click ‘Options’.
  3. Click ‘Content’ in the ‘Options’ list.
  4. Under the ‘Content’ section, check the box next to ‘Enable JavaScript’.
  5. Click the ‘Advanced’ button to open the ‘Advanced JavaScript Options’ box.
  6. Check the appropriate boxes under ‘Allow scripts to’.
  7. Click ‘OK’.
  8. Click ‘OK’.

Apple Safari (3.x)

  1. Select ‘Edit’ from the top menu.
  2. Choose ‘Preferences’.
  3. Choose ‘Security’.
  4. Select the checkbox next to ‘Enable JavaScript’.

Talk to us
If you have any trouble using our sites we want to put that right, so please send us an email.
Find out more

Visit the W3C online and check out their Web Content Accessibility Guidelines