All web pages produced for the Tata Jagriti Yatra website are written to the XHTML 1.0 Transitional standard, use Cascading Style Sheets for presentation and aim to meet the "AA" conformance level of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. This means that the Tata Jagriti Yatra website can be viewed in all modern browsers, regardless of platform or device.
Some older browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer 4 and Netscape 4) do not comply with these web standards. A minority of our visitors still use these browsers and, as a result, will not experience the site as we have intended. They will be able to read the pages and navigate the site, but the site will look basic in comparison.
If you find that the text is too small for you to read, you can change it to a size that you are more comfortable with:
in Internet Explorer (PC), use the View, Text Size menu
in Netscape 6 or 7 and Internet Explorer (Mac), use the View, Text Zoom menu
Most web browsers support shortcuts called access keys that you can use to jump to specific areas of the site. If your browser supports them, press ALT + key (Windows) or CTRL + key (Macintosh) or SHIFT ALT (Fire Fox 2) and then (in the case of links) Enter to use. On browsers which support it, the keyboard shortcut will appear when you mouse or tab over a link.
We use the following access keys:
0 - Link to our accessibility statement
1 - Link to homepage
2 - Link to the Azad Bharat Rail Yatra page
3 - Link to the about us page
4 - Link to the news page
5 - Link to the get involved page 6 - Link to the NGO page
7 - Link to the contact us page
8 - Link to the registration form
9 - Link to the blog.