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WinWeb and Web Browsers

We utilise the features of your Web Browser to provide Versatility within WinWeb. These features allow us to make WinWeb available to users with varying requirements. We use these features to enhance the user experience. Web Browsers

ARIA Support

Web Browsers support Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA). The ARIA standard has enabled the WinWeb to be more accessible for people with disabilities. We are taking advantage of advanced technologies like AJAX and JavaScript and can now easily interoperate with assistive technologies.

Enhanced Keyboard Navigation

Thanks to the Accessibility achieved with the enhanced keyboard navigation options in Web Browsers, you can navigate the web without a mouse. Press the Tab key, and your Web Browser jumps to the next password field, pop-up menu, or input field. For increased keyboard control, you can hold down the Option key while tabbing to have your Web Browser skip through every link on the page. And if you press the Return key, the highlighted link opens, letting you “point and click” with just a few keystrokes.

Full-Page Zoom

Zoom in or out on web content using keyboard shortcuts, Multi-Touch gestures, or the Zoom toolbar button for more comfortable reading. Images and graphics scale up while your text remains razor sharp, keeping the web page layout consistent as you zoom.

Minimum Font Size

If you find that text on some websites is too small to read (such as photo captions or fine print), Web Browsers can increase the font size to make it more legible. Just set the minimum font size in the Advanced pane of Browser's preferences.

Closed Captions for HTML5 Video

Web Browsers can now deliver a better user experience. WinWeb is using the advantages provided by with HTML5 to deliver services that no longer require the user to install extra software. HTML5 also provides better storage options and is a solution to faster applications that will be Accessible universally across all mobile devices.