This site has been created with special accessibility features that allow it to be used by a wide audience. Some special features to note are:
- Alternative text has been used for important images. This feature is used for text-to-speech browsers and all-text browsers.
- Links leading to pages outside of this Web site will open in a new browser window. The attributes of these windows can be controlled by the user.
- Descriptive hyperlinks have been used along with titles attached to each link.
- Font sizes can be adjusted using browser settings.
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) have been used to control much of the site’s layout.
If you have any questions or comments regarding accessibility, please contact email@example.com or call 512.853.8800.
We strive to make intprop.com more accessible to a wide audience by utilizing special features. For example, we use image alternate text attributes for main images but we also strive to keep redundancies to a minimum. Therefore, we will sometimes opt to use empty alt attributes rather than duplicate content already present on the page. Similarly, there may be some content presented by third-parties contextually on our site (via iFrames for example) that is beyond our control.
If you notice ways we can improve the usability and accessibility of this website, please send your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 512.853.8800
Increasing text size in Internet Explorer
To use the Internet Explorer zoom feature press “Ctrl” and “+” to increase the zoom level and “Ctrl” “-” to decrease the level of zoom. To change the default Internet Explorer text size: Open the”Page”menu using your mouse or by pressing the “Alt” and “P” keys.
Increasing text size in Mozilla Firefox
From the View menu, Select Zoom > Zoom In
Optional: Select “Zoom Text Only”
Increasing text size in Safari
Click the Safari main menu > Preferences > Advanced > Change Page Zoom and Accessibility Settings
View > Zoom In (Keyboard Shortcut is Command + )