We've attempted to make our site as accessible as possible, in line with W3C recommendations and industry best practice.
The site is 'pure CSS' - no tables used for layout - so content and presentation are separated. As such, the site degrades gracefully so that it can be used easily even in text-based browsers like Lynx.
Hidden links are included so that screen-readers can easily skip navigation. Access keys have been assigned to all top level navigation (and under-scored in the navigation bar in keeping with convention). All main page content is also tab-indexed to further aid 'mouse-less' surfing. And of course font sizes are scaleable.
It has been tested in Internet Explorer 5.01, 5.5 and 6, Opera 9.02, Firefox 1.5 and Netscape 8 on PC; and in Safari 2, Opera 7.54 and 9.02, Firefox 1.0 and 1.5 and Netscape 7.2 on Mac. And you should find it's hanging together fine if your browser's a little older than any of those.
While no mobile specific stylesheets have yet been created, this is an area we're currently working on. In the meantime, we'd suggest using Opera in 'Single column' display if you do wish to access the site via your mobile/PDA.
If you have any comments on, or problems with, accessibility, please email email@example.com.