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Accessibility of exotichardwoods.co.uk

Timberline's site www.exotichardwoods.co.uk has been designed to be accessible to as many users as possible.

Firstly it mostly meets W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) standards for valid HTML and CSS (it does use third party code that fails validation) ensuring maximum usage for the vast majority of users.

Features include:

Resizable Text

The size of the textual information on this site is not fixed. This allows visitors to alter the font size on the screen making the site easier to read.

Coding Standards

Although there are not definitive standards to use when coding, Timberline's site conforms to W3C standards for HTML and CSS. Adhering to these standards makes our site accessible to those browsers that also adhere to these standards, and makes our web pages more accessible to those using screen readers and similar devices.

Browsers and Operating Systems

Timberline's web site works well across all popular browsers and many other browsers and operating systems.

Responsive Design

The web site is designed to be reponsive to the users' browser and therefore resize pages and sections including images and reposition elements as necessary. From large desktop screens to handheld mobile telephones.

Printing Pages

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New 2017 Catalogues

Available now to download here on the Catalogues page.

 

Latest Industry News

CITES Update 2017

From 2nd January 2017 if you wish to export articles that are partly or fully made from newly listed species of Rosewood, Padauk and Bubinga then the export will need to be accompanied by a CITES re-export permit. It is possible that the importer/customer of the article may need to apply for a CITES import permit from their own authorities and this should be investigated before the export happens.

Read more about the new CITES regulations here.

 

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