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CASA Annual Report 2004 05 Accessibility

Accessibility

The CASA Annual Report 2004–05 has been designed to be accessible to all web users, including those with disabilities. We believe that the pages contained within the Annual Report satisfy all Priority 1 checkpoints of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, the Internet standard for accessibility. It also satisfies most Priority 2 and 3 checkpoints.

Below are some examples of issues pertaining to accessibility:

  • No sight, hearing or movement
  • Difficulty reading or comprehending text
  • Cannot use a mouse or keyboard
  • Text-only screen, small screen or slow connection
  • Not speak the language the document is written in
  • May have interference (e.g., driving a vehicle or working in a loud environment)
  • May be suffering a temporary disability

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Tables used in this design

This site uses tables for layout but relies on Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) wherever possible. For older browsers that do not support CSS, the information contained within the Annual Report will be structured so that it is comprehendible without the assistance of CSS presentation.

Access key

The contents link at the top of each page (except the contents page itself) has an underline under the "c". This is to indicate that visitors are able to use the "c" key as a shortcut to return to the contents page.

To use the contents access key:

Windows: Alt + "c" key + Enter
Macintosh: Ctl + "c" key + Enter

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Printing pages

We have included a style sheet that handles printing for most modern browsers that omits unnecessary elements (such as the TOP button). If this is inadequate, we urge you to visit the Annual Report download page, where you can download the Annual Report in sections for ease of printing.

Feedback

CASA welcomes any feedback you may have that will help us keep improving the quality of our online publications. We urge you to fill out our Annual Report feedback page or email our web master if you have any queries or problems related to the Annual Report.

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