We're committed to providing websites which are easy to use for as many people as possible. Below are some details on how we aim to achieve this accessibility.
This website is built using W3C validating XHTML 1.0 Strict code, and uses CSS to seperate the site content from elements used for visual aesthetic. Our efforts with quality coding and accessible and logical content markup ensure the website is accessible to devices such as screen readers.
We recognise that not all site visitors use the same browsers, platforms and hardware. Due to this diversity, all pages are tested across a range of different browsers and on both Mac and PC computers. This testing ensures that as many people as possible experience the website as our designers intended.
Our aim is for all pages to conform to a miniumum of priority 2 of the W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0). Meeting this standard is commonly known as Level AA compliance. We also aim to meet as many priority 3 (level AAA compliance) requirements as possible.
Access Keys are a feature supported by modern web browsers, enabling the user to navigate a website using the keyboard without the need to use a pointing device such as a mouse. Our Access Keys are as follows and details on using them can be found here:
If you have any questions or feedback about the accessibility of the website, please contact us with your thoughts.
We work to save the orangutan by rescuing and rehabilitating them, with an ultimate goal of releasing them back to the forest where they will be safe from human development, poaching and farming.
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