At Homebuilders, we want to make our services available to anyone who needs them, regardless of what challenges they face.
With all this in mind, we have undertaken to make this website accessibile to as many people as possible by learning about the ways people use the internet, the tools available to them, and by meeting current web standards for accessibility.
We've tried to make our site work with technologies like screen readers for the blind, we've tried to make sure our colours do not present a hurdle to the colour-blind or otherwise vision-impaired, and we've tried to make sure our navigation works for all people no matter what devices they may emply to use the internet.
[Document areas where these standards are not met and the reason why.]
If you encounter any accessibility-related issues when using this site, please let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
An underlined letter on a navigation link also indicates an Access Key.
More access keys will be defined.
|Chrome||v3 or above (Windows)||Alt + Accesskey|
|Chrome||v3 or above (Mac)||Ctl + Opt + Accesskey|
|Firefox||FF 2 and 3 (Windows and Linux)||Alt + Shift + Accesskey|
|Firefox||FF 2 and 3 (Mac)||Ctrl+ Accesskey|
|Internet Explorer||Prior to IE8||Alt + Accesskey, then Enter|
|Internet Explorer||IE8 and above||Alt + Accesskey|
|Opera||v7 and above(Windows or Mac)||Shift + Escape, (release) then Accesskey|
|Safari||v3 (Mac)||Ctrl + Accesskey|
|Safari||v3 (Windows)||Alt + Accesskey|
|Safari||v4 and above (Mac)||Ctrl + Opt + Accesskey|
|Safari||v4 and above (Windows)||Alt + Accesskey|
In Internet Explorer: go to the View menu at the top of your screen, select Text size, then choose to view with larger or smaller type.
In Firefox: press CTL + to make text bigger, and CTL - to make text smaller.
In Chrome: press CTL + to make text bigger, and CTL - to make text smaller.
In other browsers: consult the browser Help for details on how to resize the text.
This site aspires to be compliant to the HTML 5.0, W3C CSS level 3 and WCAG 2.0 standards.