AFL International Transfers (“AFL”) is committed to ensuring our online services are as accessible as possible to all users. To achieve this we have built our site to comply with the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). These guidelines assist website developers by describing best practices to implement websites that will be accessible to all users.
If your browser does not support these technologies (or if they are disabled), the content of each page is still readable although the look and layout will be significantly altered. Best efforts have been made to make the site functional without these advanced features.
We recommend that users keep their browsers up-to-date to take advantage of new technologies. For more information on which browsers we support see the Browser Requirements section of this site.
Some of the ways we achieve online accessibility include:
- Building webpages in a way that allows you to disable the CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) on your browsers or modify the text size using browser controls if the colours or fonts make content difficult to read.
- Creating webpages that allow visually impaired users to navigate the site effectively with a screen reading aid. For example, images have text-based descriptions, title attributes tell users where a link will take them if they click on it, and structured headings provide an overview of the site that lets users jump quickly to desired sections.
ADJUST YOUR COMPUTER’S SETTINGS FOR A BETTER EXPERIENCE
You can improve your online experience by customizing your computer’s settings to meet your individual needs. For example, you can increase the size of all fonts or change the colour scheme.
CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE TROUBLE USING OUR WEBSITE
If you experience difficulties in accessing any content or functionality on our website, please contact us. We are always open to making improvements to provide the best possible online experience for our