Accessibility statement

Manor Oak have made a conscious effort to make our website available to all users.

Access key details

Most browsers support jumping to specific links by typing keys defined on the web site. For example, on Internet Explorer on a PC press ALT + an access key, then press ENTER to activate the link. On a Mac press CTRL + an access key.

The following access keys are available throughout this website:

1
Jump to Home
t
Jump to Stylish solutions
c
Jump to The centrum
l
Jump to The collection
f
Jump to Finishes
9
Jump to Contact us
r
Jump to Brochure
0
Jump to Access Key Details
s
Jump to Skip to main content
n
Jump to Skip to main navigation

These access keys have been chosen to follow the UK government website guidelines where applicable, in order to support the adoption of a useful standard.

Build Quality

General structure

This site uses semantic structure to define content. Tables are only used for tabular data, not presentation. Headings use heading tags which JAWS users may use shortcuts such as ALT + INSERT + 2 to find the next level 2 heading.

Acronyms and abbreviations have been explained.

Fonts

Text throughout this website can be enlarged or reduced to suit your preference.

For example:

  • Internet Explorer users – select View > Text Size > your preferred size.
  • Firefox users – select View > Text Size > Increase or Decrease.
  • Safari users – select View > Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller.

Style sheets

This site uses cascading style sheets for presentation. If your browser or internet device does not support style sheets, the use of semantic mark-up ensures that the content of each page is still readable and clearly structured.

You may also use your own styles to view this site, for example:

  • Internet Explorer – select Tools > Internet Options… > Accessibility….
  • Firefox users – select Tools > Options… > Content > Fonts & Colours.

Our print style sheet ensures all meaningful content will print clearly from each page and functional controls, such as menus have been removed.

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