Strutt & Parker recognises that we have a responsibility to make our website accessible to all, and we are aiming to make the site compliant with the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, version 2.0, to level AA standard. The site currently meets some, but not all, of the requirements for Level A and AA compliance.
Accessibility features on this website
The following features improve navigation for text only browsers, screen reader users, and users of keyboard navigation.
This site uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for visual layout. If your browser supports it, style sheets can be disabled or over-written to customise the appearance of the website, to your preference.
You can change the font size of each page to your preference through the browser.
Labels are used to assist access to form fields. All forms follow a logical tab sequence.
Tables are used to display tabular data. Tables are not used for general site layout. This means our tables are being used in a correct and meaningful manner.
The site has been designed to be easy to read through its colour combinations.
The site has been optimised for viewing at a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels, and for a colour depth of 24 bit (16 million colours) or above.
The site has been built using code that is compliant with W3C standards for HTML and CSS.
The site displays correctly in any of the browsers below. If your browser version is older than this, we recommend that you upgrade to the latest version.
PC: Internet Explorer version 6 and above, Firefox version 2.0 and above, Chrome.
Mac: Safari version 2.0 and above.
Our mobile site is designed for a minimum screen resolution of 320 x 480 pixels, and has been designed and tested to be compatible with the following browsers:
Mobile Safari, Chrome (iPhone) iOS versions 4.3.2 and newer
Android Browser, Android Chrome Browser, Android version 2.3 and newer
RIM Blackberry devices, Blackberry OS 6.0 and newer
Windows Phone OS (IE Mobile) version 7.8 and newer
Due to limitations with the device, there will be a visually degraded experience on Blackberrys and this will impact aspects of the user interface, such as animations and transitions.