We are committed to making our web-site as accessible as
possible to all users. Our efforts include:
Using plain language, without using travel industry or other
jargon. Where we use abbreviations, the full phrase will be
referenced with its first usage on the page.
Maintaining an easy to use navigation structure throughout,
including a 'mega-menu' from the top navigation panel to allow
users to navigate directly to the destination of their choice
Limiting template style to a number appropriate to the size of
the site and using a template structure in line with the structure
of information in the site. For example, the layout of our Kenya
page is the same as the layout for our Vietnam page.
Using a clear heading structure throughout and ensuring that
large blocks of information are split into manageable chunks using
paragraphs, lists, tabs and other HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language)
according to category of information to create a logical
Using a 'breadcrumb trail' throughout to allow users to navigate
backwards as required.
Using a plain background to ensure clarity of text and using a
font colour with sufficient contrast for those with visual
Using meaningful alternative attributes (sometimes referred to
as 'alt tags') on images where appropriate.
Using hyperlinks appropriate to the context and purpose of the
Coding our site to display in all the main modern browser types,
including but not limited to Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox and
Coding our site so that headings appear in a legible back-up
font if our logotype is not compatible with your own browser.
Allowing users to amend to resize all text using their browser
settings. To increase text size:
Internet Explorer (8):
Click Page, Click Text Size, Select Medium, Large, Largest
Click View (you may need to press 'Alt' on your keyboard
in order for the menu to appear). Select Zoom; Select 'Zoom Text
Only'. If using a mouse, press and hold 'Ctrl' whilst
scrolling up to zoom in and down to zoom out. For full
instructions, click http://bit.ly/rOGTIE.
Click the spanner icon on the browse toolbar; Select 'Options';
Select 'Under the Bonnet'; in the 'Web Content' section, use the
'Font Size' menu to adjust as required.
photographs at the top of each page. It is necessary to have
feature. Our site is programmed to ensure that one image from the
in your computer settings.