The CAP THAT! website has been designed to conform to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 ‘AA’ level. Compliance with this standard has been achieved through practical implementation during development and user testing.
Ensuring access for all users is important to us. We note that some resources provided on this website are from third parties of which we have no control over, therefore may not meet 'AA' compliance. If you would like further information on accessibility, please visit the Media Access Australia website.
Adjusting the text size
You can make the text size on this website larger or smaller using the following keyboard commands:
- Hold down the CTRL key (Microsoft Windows) or the ‘Apple’ key (Mac OS X) on your keyboard
- Use the + or – key, or scroll with your mouse wheel to make text bigger or smaller
- Keep repeating step 2 until the text is at a suitable size
This website allows full tab-based navigation. When you are on a menu item or link pressing enter will take you to that page. Holding down ‘shift’ as you tab will take you through the tab cycle in reverse order.
Other navigation aids
Breadcrumbs are included on the site. These are a series of links that show you your trail back to the home page from the section you are in.
You can search our website using basic search.
This website includes proper use of headings that can be navigated through depending on the navigation settings of your screen reader.
Whenever possible, links have been written meaningfully to make sense when read out of context, such as by a screen reader.
Images and graphics
All images and graphics include descriptive “alt” attributes (alt text).
Whilst CAP THAT! strives to adhere to the accepted guidelines and standards for accessibility and usability, it is not always possible to do so in all areas of the website. We are continually seeking out solutions that will bring all areas of the site up to the same level of overall accessibility.
Sometimes our content includes embedded media such as videos. The accessibility of these media cannot be guaranteed and may be blocked by educational jurisdictions. In other instances content may only be available for download in accessible Word format. Alternative versions in HTML are not available.