This website is run by NK&Beyond Missions International. This page states our intention that our website is usable and accessible to all users and details some of the measures taken. The NK&Beyond website aims to conform to the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, Level AA, to ensure a Web accessibility standard has been achieved and is maintained.
This accessibility statement applies only to the NK&Beyond website at nkandbeyond.com. This policy does not apply to any other site, including any site that is linked from one of our pages.
Access keys provide a keyboard shortcut for users wishing to go directly to specific parts of the site and help those who do not use a pointing device, such as a mouse. A subset of the UK Government Access Keys Standard has been applied to this site and the access keys are defined here:
If using an Apple Mac substitute the ‘Ctrl’ key for the ‘Alt’ key.
The text on this website has been styled using a non-fixed value in a style sheet. This means that users can easily change the text size using their browser settings.
See the following instructions on how to increase the size of the text on any web page you are viewing:
In other browsers refer to their help guide.
All content images on this site are accompanied by a brief alternative text description which where appropriate identifies an image or its function. This alternative text (alt text) might only be visible when the browser’s automatic image loading feature is turned off.
The majority of content on this website is provided in the normal HTML webpage format viewable through any web browser software.
However, there is some content – such as items on the Downloads page – that is provided in non-HTML webpage format. This is so that we can provide the content in exactly the same style and appearance that is already offered by other means.
Non-HTML webpage formats used on this site include Adobe Acrobat PDF format.
PDF files can be read using Adobe Reader software, which is available for many different computer systems including Windows, Macintosh, Linux and Palm. Visit the Adobe website to obtain the Adobe Reader software.
Most files will automatically download to your computer if you click on the link to that file. Depending on your browser settings, you may be asked where you would like to save the document, or it may open automatically within the current browser window.
If you would prefer to take greater control over the downloading and saving of a document, then you can also right-click (in Windows) or control-click (on a Mac) on the link to the document and select the option entitled ‘Save Target As’, ‘Save Link As’ or ‘Save Linked File As’ (depending on your type of browser). The normal save dialog box will appear and you can choose where to store the document on your local computer.
For further assistance, or if you experience any problems with our website or any of its links, please contact us.