At Tulchan we take the accessibility of our website very seriously. Our aim is to make it easily accessible to as many people as possible - as easily as possible!
We're proud to say that we have gone to great lengths to ensure our website complies as far as possible with the very latest guidelines and highest standards laid down by the World Wide Web Consortium - W3C - (the industry governing body for the Internet).
This means the site is designed with those who find using web sites more difficult, perhaps because they are partially sighted, in mind. While not compromising any of the design standards you would expect from Tulchan Communications.
Making our website as easy to use and accessible for as many of you as possible is an ongoing task as Internet technologies (and your browsing habits!) change. We will continue to appraise how accessible our sites are and do our best to improve in as many ways as we can.
However, if you have any questions about the accessibility or usability of our website, or any suggestions, please do get in touch and we will do our best to address the problem as soon as possible.
Standards compliance and validation
All pages on this site use semantic mark-up and Cascading Style Sheets to separate the layout from the content. This will ensure that the site will degrade gracefully if an alternate stylesheet is specified by the user. The site is validated using the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C's) validation service.