Web Care on Link’s Corporate Website

Link’s corporate website is one of the key communication platforms in conveying our business initiatives and messages to the community and the public. We have taken accessibility into our considerations when we revamped our corporate website with an objective to enable people with different levels and different forms of disabilities to browse the website without any barrier.

In terms of readability, the color contrast and the font size passed the  Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 of World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) AA Compliant across the website.

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 Here below are some of the special web care features which facilitate people with disabilities to browse our website:

Accessible by Popular Browsers and Operating Systems

The XHTML 1.0 has been applied to the webpages on Link REIT’s corporate website. Users can access them with any browser that complies with the standard. However, display of the webpages may vary between browsers, computers and operating systems. For the best viewing, we suggest using the latest versions of Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari or Chrome for Windows or Mac OS. 

Screen Resolution

The contents of Link’s corporate website can be best viewed at the screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels or above. 

Compatibility with Screen Readers and Screen Magnifying Software

Link’s corporate website has been tested against the most commonly used screen readers and screen magnifying software, including JAWS 12 and Windows Light 2007.  The website also works on screen magnifying software such as Windows build in magnifier.

Use of Alternative text

Alternative text description is provided for all images displayed in the website. It can be read out by screen reader which enables visually impaired users to understand the image content.

Keyboard Shortcuts

This website was designed in a way that you can use the keyboard exclusively to access all features and content. For example, when you use the tab key, the cursor will move to all of the menus, hyperlinks or input boxes one by one in a logical order.

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