This site has been developed along W3C guidelines to make the content accessible to as many people as possible.
Although the graphic style and layout of the site has been optimized for modern browsers the content should be accessible to any device capable of connecting to the internet.
The following accessibility features have been included to help different users access the site.
The site can be used without a mouse. There are shortcut keys that will take you to commonly used pages such as the home page and the search page.
To use these shortcut keys hold down the ALT key (PC) or CONTROL key (Apple Macintosh) and then one of the keys below. In some browsers you may have to press ENTER to confirm your choice. In the Opera 7 browser press SHIFT-ESC, release those keys, and then press your chosen access key.
The acess keys are as follows:
0 : Accessibility (this page)
1 : Home
2 : Who we are
3 : What we do
4 : What we've done
5 : What they say
6 : Bypass the current navigation and go to the main content of your current page
7 : Site Map
8 : Search
9 : Contact us
All images have alt tags which feed text descriptions of the image to screen readers and text only browsers.
We have endeavored to makes all links as descriptive as possible and where an image is used for a link, there is always an alt tag describing the link.
The site is created using valid XHTML/CSS wherever possible and structured in such a way that reflects the content of page (relevant headings, lists etc) to make the content accessible to users using accessibility software and unexpected browsing devices.
If you have any problems accessing this site or have any suggestions for ways that would make the site more accessible to you, please call us on +64 4 384 9833, email firstname.lastname@example.org or click here to go to the contact form on our contact page.
The site is written in XHTML and uses CSS for its graphic styles. All XHTML was valid by W3C standards at the time of writing this statement.
It was developed following the principles of the W3C consortium and New Zealand e-government guidelines. It was built and is maintained in our MoST content management system.
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