Article 10 has developed this website to meet accessibility guidelines as set by the government. We have strived to ensure we meet the “AAA” compliancy level as set by the W3C (Web Accessibility Initiative). This is an ongoing process, and we are continually working to make sure all new content and features meet these guidelines.
Many Internet sites are designed in a fashion which makes them difficult, or even impossible, to use by Internet users with disabilities. Article 10 has changed it’s site so that it can take advantage of the technology that assists users with disabilities such as screen-readers and those users who have to use older browser technologies.
We have added access keys to this site which allow you to navigate around the site using your keyboard. Instructions for how to use access keys on your system are further down the page.
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How to use Access Keys
The specifications of web browsers change regularly, so you may need to check with the developer of your browser to find out how access keys work. This list was correct at the time of writing (November 2007).
Internet Explorer 5+ (PC): Hold down the ALT key, press the access key, release both keys then press ENTER
Internet Explorer 5+ (Mac): Hold down the CTRL key and the access key
Mozilla (PC): Hold down the ALT+SHIFT keys and press the access key
Mozilla (Mac): Hold down the CTRL key and press the access key
Safari and Omniweb (Mac): Hold down the CTRL key and press the access key
Netscape 7 (PC): Hold down the ALT key and press the access key
Netscape 6 and earlier (PC and Mac): Not supported
The pages in our site use the following validated technologies: