Accessibility
Met1 believes that websites should be accessible to everyone. We strive to create sites that communicate to all audiences without compromising on creativity or accessibility. This site has been programmed to work with modern browsers.
Browsers
This site has been designed and tested in modern browsers. The best viewing experience is availible with the most up to date browser technology.

To make sure you have the most up to date browser, please visit one of the following sites

We are aware of certain compatibility issues with the blog system and earlier versions of Apple Safari.
Text size
Some people may wish to view this website in larger text size. To do this you will need to adjust your browser settings:

  • If you are using Microsoft Internet Explorer, go to the ‘View’ menu in the browser tool bar, select ‘Text size’ and select your required size – either larger or smaller.
  • The site is not fully optimised to support IE6 so you may encounter some minor layout issues.

Viewing PDFs (Portable Document Format)
Many documents in the website are in PDF format which means they can only be viewed using Adobe Reader. This software is available free of charge from the Adobe website. (http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html)

All PDF documents on this site will open in a new browser window.

The most recent PDF documents have been produced using the latest available version of Adobe Acrobat and following Adobe’s guidelines on creating accessible PDFs. However, please note that some of our older archived Adobe PDF files may not be completely accessible when using screen readers.

Adobe offers useful resources and tools to aid the accessibility of PDFs. These can be accessed via the Access Adobe website which includes online conversion tools for PDFs.