We aim to provide a website that is accessible to all users by:

  • Complying with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards
  • Following mandatory requirements set out by the Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO)
  • Using XHTML to ensure the page can be viewed correctly in all browsers
  • Ensuring our content is readable on screen and by other devices:
    • 'Skip to content' link has been added to allow text-only browsers or screen-readers to bypass primary navigation and skip directly to the page content
    • Adobe Reader can be used to access information contained within a PDF
    • Adobe MakeAccessible Plug can create a tagged PDF to assist screen readers 

Creating accessible online content

online-tickRefer to the following pages that contain checks and tools we use to make our online content accessible.

Feel free to use this resource to help others understand the importance of accessibility and to make your own online content accessible.

A guide to creating accessible web pages.

Creating accessible online content

A guide to creating accessible downloadable PDFs/Word docs

Creating accessible downloadable files)

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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017