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Accessibility

The Chartered Institute of Marketing is committed to ensuring our services are accessible to everyone. In particular, we recognise the need to take reasonable steps to enable access to our website for those with impaired sight or other disabilities.

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Work on making this site more accessible has been influenced by the Guidelines for UK Government Websites, which incorporate support for the Accessibility Initiative (WAI).

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All pages use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS2) for presentation, validated using the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C's) validation service.

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We have used the following browsers during testing:

• Microsoft IE8

• Microsoft IE9

• Firefox 4

• Safari

• Google Chrome

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JavaScript: To enhance user experience, this site utilises JavaScript (DOM Scripting). If you have disabled JavaScript, or your browser software does not fully support it, certain elements of site will become inoperable. Non-JavaScript versions are provided for our site links.

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Images: All content images used in this site include descriptive ALT tags. Purely decorative graphics include a 'null' ALT attribute.

Change your font size on your browser

In Internet Explorer 9

You can increase and decrease wthe size of the web page by pressing CTRL - (decrease), or CRTL + (increase).
Or by clicking the Tool option (Alt X) and selecting the zoom option on the menu.

In FireFox

You can increase and decrease wthe size of the web page by pressing CTRL - (decrease), or CRTL + (increase).
Or by clicking View (Alt V) on the menu bar and selecting the zoom option on the menu.

You can also increase just the size of the text by clicking View (Alt V) on the menu bar, selecting zoom and the option 'Zoom text only'.

Change colours on your browser

In Internet Explorer 9

Click the Tool option (Alt X) on the menu then select 'internet options'. On the first tab, select the 'accessibility' button at the bottom of the dialog box. You can then control formatting of colours, font styles and font sizes by checking and unchecking the box and pressing 'ok'.

In FireFox

Select the Tool option (Alt T) in the menu and select 'options'. Click the 3rd tab named 'content'. Here you can control default fonts and colours of the web page by using the 'Fonts & Colours' selection mid way down the screen.