Centre for Internet Technologies

Accessibility Statement

The Centre for Internet Technologies believe that everyone has a right to access information, whoever they are, and we are committed to ensuring that as many people as possible can access and use this web site.

To this end, we have worked hard to ensure that every page is laid out in an easy-to-navigate way, and we have included a site map, search facility and help section, should you experience any problems.

We have taken care to ensure that this web site is usable with screen readers such as Lynx.Furthermore, in accordance with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 Part Four (as amended by the Special Educational Needs Disability Act 2001) and the Disability Discrimination Act 2005, we have made every attempt to ensure that all of the pages within this web site comply with all of the Priority 1 (A) accessibility checkpoints, as defined in the Web Accessibility Initiative's (WAI) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. In fact, our commitment is such that almost all of our web pages are actually Priority 3 (Triple-A) compliant.

Access Keys

Access keys enable people to move quickly between different sections and pages of a web site without the use of a mouse. This web site has the following access keys:

UK standard access keys

  • S - Skip navigation
  • 1 - Home page
  • 3 - Site map
  • 4 - Search
  • 6 - Help
  • 8 - Terms and conditions
  • 9 - Feedback
  • 0 - Accessibility

Centre for Internet Technologies web site specific access keys

The following keys represent the main sections of this web site. The access key for each section is underlined in the main menu.

  • A - About us
  • C - Contact us
  • D - Downloads
  • G - Grid
  • L - Links
  • N - News
  • P - Academic Sponsors
  • R - Research

How to use access keys

The way access keys work depends upon which browser you are using.

Windows computers:
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer: Hold down the ALT key and select the access key, then press ENTER
  • Netscape/Mozilla/Firefox: Hold down the ALT key and select the access key
  • Opera: Hold down the SHIFT and ESC keys (making sure to press SHIFT first), release both keys, then select the access key
Mac computers:
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer: Hold down the CTRL key and select the access key, then press ENTER
  • Netscape/Mozilla: Hold down the CTRL key and select the access key

External Links

All external links on this site open in a new browser window. External text links are highlighted with a new window icon. Images which link to external web sites have alternative text which begins with "EXTERNAL LINK: ".

Text

The text on this web site is scalable, and can be increased and decreased in size. How to do this depends upon which browser you are using.

Reporting Problems

We have worked hard to ensure that this web site is as easy to use and accessible as possible. We are, however, always looking for ways to improve things further so, if you have experienced a problem or have a suggestion on how to make the site better, we will be pleased to hear from you!

See our feedback page for details of how to contact us.