Prism Sound Web Site AccessibilityWe are keen to make this web site as accessible as possible and have aimed to provide the easiest and most intuitive navigation to the information that you want.
This site was designed from the ground up to work with screen-readers and with text-only browsers or browsers with graphics disabled. To this end we have minimised the use of graphics and tables for layout and menus. All graphics should have the alt text filled in, and most also have title attributes in order to display tooltips. The graphics that do have links also have tooltips describing the nature of the link.
We have made concerted efforts to make sure this site displays correctly in a wide range of browsers at a wide range of resolutions and is HTML W3C standards compliant (tested using "HTMLtidy"). All pages are designed to work at 1024 x 768 resolution, and with a few exceptions where large graphics are displayed, most will also work at 800 x 600 screens without requiring a horizontal scroll bar. The layout was designed using Firefox, and checked in IE, Opera, Firefox for Linux, and Safari for Mac. It has been partially checked using a Lynx emulator and appears to be easily navigable. If you are using IE6 or IE7 and the page footer appears half way up the page, just refresh the page and it will probably get it right the next time. This is a weakness in IE and doesn't effect the functioning of the site. We are discontinuing support for IE6 and IE7 as these are now ancient technology.
Let us know what you think
Although we have recently re-designed the site with accessibility in mind, we may well have missed something obvious. If you have trouble with any of the pages, please let our webmaster know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please start the subject line of your email with the words "Web Site" as this helps us to filter out genuine emails from the spam. If we can't improve the site, we will attempt to provide a custom solution such as emailing you the content in a different format.