Accessibility

Cigna is committed to providing a website that is accessible to as many people as possible regardless of browser technology and disability. In doing so we have employed the following techniques to ensure our site can be accessed across as broad a range as possible.

Accessibility guidelines

Cigna.gg has been constructed with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 in mind. This site achieves Level A status and most of Level AA and some of Level AAA. By adhering to the guidelines set by the W3C we are striving to make the web as accessible as possible for everybody.

Mark-up validation

All XHTML mark-up used is fully compliant with the W3C XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard.

All CSS is compliant with the W3C Cascading Style Sheets, level 2 (CSS2) guidelines.

Increasing font size

If you find that the text used within our website is too small, you can easily change this within your browser settings. To do this, please follow the appropriate instructions for your web browser.

Internet Explorer 6 or below

  1. Click on "View" on the top toolbar
  2. Choose "Text-size"
  3. Click on the appropriate option

Internet Explorer 7

  1. Click on "Page" on the top toolbar
  2. Choose "Text-size"
  3. Click on the appropriate option

Mozilla / FireFox

  1. Click on "View" on the top toolbar
  2. Choose "Text-size"
  3. Click on the appropriate option

Opera

  1. Click on "View" on the top toolbar
  2. Choose "Zoom"
  3. Click on the appropriate option

Safari

  1. Click on "View" on the top toolbar
  2. Choose "Make text bigger"

Comments, suggestions and concerns

If you have any comments about our website, suggestions to initiatives we might employ to make your experience easier, or concerns about techniques we may have missed, please contact us on europeanwebteam@cigna.com.

Links
The following are links to sites about accessibility you may find useful. Please note that content within these sites is neither controlled by Cigna.gg or affiliated with us in any way.