Web Accessibility

Etiqa is committed to making the website and its content accessible to as many people as possible.
Web standard
Etiqa follows W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 standards.
All pages use valid, structured, semantic HTML5. Visual styling is provided by Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and enhanced user interaction is provided by JavaScript.
Etiqa strives to be fully accessible for users without CSS or JavaScript. A text-based alternative is provided where images are used to show relevant textual content.
Browser support
We try to make our website compatible with as many browsers as possible, but you may see inconsistencies in the presentation of pages if you are using an older browser.
We encourage users of this website to upgrade to the latest version of their chosen web browser; this will not only enhance the user experience of this site but all websites in general.
Keyboard navigation
Etiqa supports standard tab-based keyboard navigation.
Voice recognition navigation
As Etiqa follows web standards, users can navigate using voice recognition software.
Font sizes
Newer browsers support either text resizing or page zooming, to allow users to increase the size of essential page content.
Screen readers
ChromeVox is an extension for Chrome browser on Windows and Mac OS X which operates as an alternative screen reader for Web content.
ChromeVox speaks the content of the page, plays audio indicators for page load progress and objects on the page, and provides a way to navigate all web content from the keyboard.
Whether you're using JAWS, WindowEyes, NVDA or Microsoft Narrator on Windows or VoiceOver on iOS, ChromeVox works within Chrome alongside your desktop screen reader.
Future support
Further accessibility efforts are under way. As we continue to improve our website, we will reflect any changes here within our accessibility statement. That way you’ll know about the progress we’re making.
Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0