IdeasTap aims to provide a website that is accessible to a wide audience.
The site displays correctly in all major browsers on both Windows and Apple Macintosh systems. By using standards compliant XHTML and CSS code, future browser versions will also be able to display it correctly.
To help users, consistent navigation is provided throughout the site, along with a search function. A site map can be found at the bottom of each page as a supplementary aid to navigation.
Our pages are designed to a screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and can also be viewed at other resolutions. All pages on the website use cascading style sheets for visual layout. To change the size of the text, use the options available through your browser.
When registering with IdeasTap, we use something call a CAPTCHA that can tell whether the user is a human or a computer. This stops the site getting deluged by spam. The CAPTCHA program that IdeasTap uses during the registration process is reCAPTCHA, which has both a written and an audio version, making it accessible to those who are unable to read the distorted text.
Links are provided to skip the navigation and go straight to the main content of the page for those using screen readers. This can also help text browsers and users who navigate through the site using the keyboard.
A conscious effort has been made to avoid the use of access keys, as the development of assistive technologies (i.e. Jaws) has increased to the point where we would not want to interfere/override their built in shortcuts.
If you have any feedback or queries regarding the accessibility of this site, please get in touch via the contact us page.
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