Accessibility

The CMI has developed this website to serve the largest possible audience by addressing the needs of people and systems with differing abilities.

Browser support

The web site has been designed for use with the following browsers:

• Internet Explorer version 5 and above.
• Netscape Navigator version 7 and above.
• AOL version 6 and above.
• Safari version 1 and above.
• Mozilla version 1 and above.

The web site has also be designed to function on the following platforms:

• Microsoft Windows 95 and above.
• Apple Macintosh OS 9.0 and above.

Please note that the templates will not be supported when Internet Explorer is used on an Apple Macintosh as neither of the manufacturers support this.

Accessibility

We have made a commitment to make this website accessible. This site conforms to Level A of the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, including all Priority 2 W3C WAI WCAG 1.0 guidelines.

The site has been designed and the templates coded to enable sensible reading and navigation by screen readers and speech browsers

Both in-page text and the website style sheets have been coded to facilitate browser-based accessibility features such as font enlargement, zoom and Windows accessibility features.

The templates have been constructed such that users may access all links and form fields without the use of a mouse; in other words they will be able to browse the site using only the keys of a standard PC or Apple Mac keyboard.

Templates have been designed with a focus on usability and required user pathways. In particular, all primary navigation has been presented within the page structure. It has also been repeated as text at the bottom of the page.

Layout

Text is laid out using style sheets. You can change the style sheets in your browser to make viewing easier for your individual requirements.

Site map

There is a site map of the Institute website which can help you navigate around the site.

Further information

Supplementary information on these accessibility issues can be found at the Web Accessibility Initiative.

PDFs

If you would like to read a PDF document with a screen reader please visit the Access Adobe website.