HTGT Furniture is committed to creating the best experience for all users. We want our site content accessible and user-friendly. We have made every effort to ensure that our website meets current best-practices and relevant legislation. Our continuous site improvements are guided by relevant portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, Level AA and other recommendations. We welcome and appreciate any input to ensure our site remains accessible to alIf users.
If you are having difficulty viewing the content on this site, navigating the site or have any feedback, questions or corrections, please contact us at info@htgtfurniture and we will be happy to assist you.
We are committed to our policy that persons with disabilities have a full and equal opportunity to benefit from the goods, services, and accommodations offered by our company. In keeping with that policy, we implement consistent website updates to maintain compliance with the relevant portions of the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines as well as state and federal accessibility requirements. We are constantly assessing the accessibility of our website and will continue making updates and improvements.
STANDARDS AND COMPLIANCE
- All pages on this site make use of HTML5, CSS3 and other modern web technologies.
- This site aims to comply with Section 508 by adhering to the latest version of the Web Accessibility Content Guidelines WCAG 2.0.
- We support standards-compliant browsers as a priority and make use of progressive enhancement to ensure delivery of information to all browsers.
- Users with older browsers will still be able to access all information, though the visual experience may differ.
- The layout and configuration of this website has been optimized for mobile and tablet devices.
- We have used Responsive Web Design techniques to improve the browsing experience on devices with a wide variety of screen sizes.
- Links are written to make sense out of context - we do not use “click here”.
- All links to external websites or resources open in the same window for accessibility reasons.