The AppleVis website has been built with the intent of ensuring that all content is accessible to the widest range of Internet users, regardless of any disability or impairment. This site has been built using web standards, and tested to ensure accessibility compliance. This site has been tested to ensure that it meets guidelines. However, there could be cases where pages exclude certain accessibility groups. If this is case, we apologise in advance, and ask you to contact us with any problems you find.
This site does not use access keys. The access keys concept is a good one, but their implementation in many web browsers is flawed. Using access keys can actually be detrimental to accessibility, and it is for this reason we have decided not to include them on this website.
All web pages on this site have been built using XHTML 1.0 Transitional for structure and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for presentation. All markup and CSS used in this site has been checked and validated.
All links have been written to ensure no ambiguity in their meaning, and when read out of context they make sense. Links that have simple link text are complimented with titles to ensure the additional detail required is available.
All menu systems have been constructed to be consistent in a consistent fashion throughout the website.
All images used within this website include appropriate and descriptive alt attributes.
This site uses proportional measurements for elements such as text to allow any user of this site to increase or decrease the text size to their preference.
Cross Browser Support
This site has been built using web standards, and to ensure consistency has been tested in the following web browsers:
- Safari (latest version)
- Google Chrome (latest version)
- Microsoft Edge (latest version)
- Mozilla Firefox (latest version)
This accessible website was designed and built by David Goodwin