At comaprehajjpackages.com, we firmly believe, and recognise and value the provision of information on this website in a format which is accessible to all, regardless of ability or disability. As such, in developing the website we have given the utmost effort to comply with internationally accepted web standards, including accessibility guidelines, in order to make it accessible to as many people as possible. We have given particular attention to apply the highest technical standards relating to this website which are concentrated on enriching the Hajj and ‘Umrah Portal as well as raising accessibility to all its content. All pages on this site should be valid to HTML 5, use CSS 3 and conform to the WCAG A standard.
Standards and guidelines do not necessarily address all accessibility issues, so we particularly encourage anyone having difficulties using our site to contact us directly so we can fix any outstanding problems. Comments or suggestions on any matter concerning our website, including the accessibility of our pages, can be sent to the Web Master.
We have incorporated the following features into the site to help you find your way around:
We have provided a breadcrumb trail feature above the main content of each page to show you the path from the home page to where you are in the site.
We test our pages to ensure the information they contain is accessible and responsive in a range of different browsers and devices as well as with screen reading software. By adhering to web standards we avoid the use of features specific to one browser. However, if you experience problems whilst using assistive software to access our site, please do let us know.
These instructions are applicable with the browser names listed below.
Microsoft Internet Explorer
Using a mouse:
Using the keyboard:
Firefox uses a Zoom feature that resizes the whole web page.
The default Zoom setting will automatically resize all the images present on the page as well as the text. So if you increase the size of text, images get bigger and vice versa. Our site makes use of large billboard images with graphic text which can be made larger using this feature. However, if you wish to resize only the text without enlarging the images you can disable automatic image resizing in Firefox.
Firefox will also remember the preferred Zoom text size setting you have used for individual sites you visit and will display them at the same size when you visit them again.
The following feature will increase and decrease the size of text and images on the screen for better visibility.
To change the type, size and colour of your font and the background colour:
For accessibility features in Safari see the safari website produced by apple.
From the View menu:
Using the keyboard:
For more information regarding Opera, please visit http://www.opera.com