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SEO Workers Web Site Accessibility Policy

SEO Workers strive to provide market-leading user experience to its customers. To that end, we are proud to embrace cooperative standards for performance and user satisfaction.

We undertake to make the best efforts to work toward ensuring that all parts of your site are accessible to people with disabilities. You will see additional traffic when your site can be efficiently accessed by everyone.

This web site is optimized for W3C Web Accessibility Initiative Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Level AAA (triple-A)/Priority 3 conformance.

We strongly encourage you to read more about the Web Accessibility Initiative.

If you use an assisting technology and are having problems accessing the content of the site, please contact us for further assistance.

Access Keys (Shortcut Navigation Keys) & Browsers

Access keys are implemented throughout the site in an attempt to help users who are disabled to use a pointing device (i.e. Mouse) or using screen readers.

  • Access key "1" leads back to the home page;
  • Access key "2" leads to the page’s main content;
  • Access key "3" leads to the page’s local navigation.

Browsers supporting access keys & keystrokes combinations

A list describing the various browser’s supporting access keys and methods for utilizing their functionality:


  • Firefox 1.5: Alt + AccessKey;
  • Firefox 2.0: Alt + Shift + AccessKey;
  • Mozilla: Alt + AccessKey;
  • Netscape 6: Alt + AccessKey;
  • Opera: Shift + Esc + AccessKey;
  • Internet Explorer 5: Alt + AccessKey, then Enter.


  • Firefox (All): Ctrl + AccessKey;
  • Mozilla: Ctrl + AccessKey;
  • Netscape 6+: Ctrl + AccessKey;
  • Safari 1.2: Ctrl + AccessKey;
  • Opera: Shift + Esc + AccessKey;
  • Internet Explorer 5.2: Ctrl + AccessKey.


  • Konqueror: Control tab + AccessKey.

Accessibility software

  • JAWS, a screen reader for Windows. Downloadable demo is available;
  • Window-Eyes Screen Reader. Downloadable demo is available;
  • Lynx, a free text-only web browser for blind users with refreshable Braille displays;
  • Opera, a visual browser with many accessibility-related features, including text zooming, user stylesheets, image toggle. A free downloadable version is available. Compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Linux, and several other operating systems.