CIMA+ is committed to making its internet site easy to navigate for people with disabilities. Improvement work is underway and will be pursued in order to comply with the Web Accessibility Initiative standards.
We have taken the measures below to achieve this objective:
- Navigation and presentation mechanisms are consistently used throughout the site.
- Header elements (H1, H2 tags, etc.) make the site structure easy to understand.
- The primary information blocks are divided to make consultation easier.
- We try to use a clear and simple language.
- The destination of each hyperlink is well indicated.
- Fonts of relative size allow to easily enlarge texts.
- A cascading style sheet (CSS) ensures that the content presentation is uniform throughout the site, but pages can still be read if the style sheet is deactivated.
- Non-textual elements (images, symbols, etc.) are accompanied by a textual equivalent (ALT
- A “pause” function is available for animated contents.
- Pages do not redisplay without a prior action from the internet user.
- The majority of the site contents is available to internet users using Lynx and JAWS (browsers used by numerous people with a visual handicap).
- External links are marked with a symbol.
- An alternative display menu is available to allow the internet user to:
- display site content in high contrast
- display the site content in shades of grey
- change font size
In addition to the provisions of the Web Accessibility Initiative, CIMA+ wishes to comply with the requirements of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA). To learn more, please review our Ontario’s Multi-Year Accessibility Plan.