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Accessibility

CSM is committed to ensuring that this website is accessible to everyone. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the accessibility features, please contact us and we would be delighted to implement any improvements.

Skip Navigation

Each page in this site has a ‘Skip Navigation’ link - this allows direct access past the navigational section and straight to the main content. Its primary use is for non-sighted visitors using a screen reader. Non-sighted visitors experience the Internet in a linear fashion - that is, one link at a time. To avoid the irritation of listening to the entirety of the link options each time a page loads, Skip Navigation can by-pass it.

Access Keys

Access keys are essentially shortcuts for quick and easy access to common pages without the need of a mouse. These have been included to assist visitors with disabilities to easily navigate around the web site.

How To Use Access Keys

PC/Windows: press the Alt key and the access key letter or number to select the related link and then press the enter key to go to the corresponding page.

Macintosh: press Control and the access key letter or number to select the relating link and then press the enter key to go to the corresponding page.

These Are The Access Keys For This Site:

  • S – Skip Navigation
  • U – About Us
  • C – Contact us
  • 0 – Retail
  • 1 – Industrial
  • 2 – Office
  • 3 – Leisure
  • 4 – Residential
  • 5 – Surveys
  • 6 – Special Projects
  • 7 – Video
  • 8 – 3D Modelling
  • 9 – CAD
  • M – XHTML1.0
  • P – CSS
  • I – Sitemap
  • L – Links
  • A – Accessibility
  • G – Glossary
  • W – Website By White Webs

Web Standards

This web site has been built using current web technologies and adhears to Web Standards set out by the W3C.

Structure

The web pages in this site are formatted according to its structural meaning i.e. they provide semantic value through the use of headings, paragraphs, lists, and other structural elements. The technology used is called XHTML 1.0.

Presentation

A presentation language called CSS has been extensively used to control the web site′s typography, placement of sections, colours etc.

Behaviour

Sophisticated behaviours and effects have been made using the standard version of JavaScript – ECMAScript.

Icon Taking The Visitor To The Top of The Page