To fully experience our website as intended, Cater Allen recommends that visitors use the latest version of their chosen web browser. This not only ensures the best browsing experience, but also ensures that your chosen browser is secure. Whilst we do everything we can to make the website accessible to all, it may not display correctly in older versions or other browsers. To use this website effectively on your chosen device, we recommend the following web browsers for the devices listed:
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Cater Allen believes the Internet should be easy-to-use for everyone, including those with disabilities. With this in mind, we have adopted a policy of accessibility and have designed this website to meet current web standards.
All future development work carried out on this website will adhere to current Web Standards, as defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
We are doing this to ensure our websites are compliant and can be displayed by W3C standards compliant browsers.
This website has been designed with these accessibility guidelines in mind:
Cater Allen has developed its own accessibility guidelines, which take into account standards and accessibility best practice from a number of sources.
Cater Allen has improved the accessibility of its website for blind and partially sighted customers. We have done this through the use of our own website accessibility guidelines in consultation with the RNIB and by following as far as possible, the guidelines established by the official Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
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