Mako Networks is committed to making its web presence as user-friendly and accessible as possible. To this end, we have used several techniques to help our visitors make the most of the website.

Access keys – using the site without a mouse

Most modern browsers support the use of access keys. These enable an user to jump to specific pages, or to specific points within a page, by using key combinations instead of mouse-clicks.

Throughout this website we have used the following access keys:

  • Access key 1 – Home page
  • Access key 2 – Services
  • Access key 3 – Appliances
  • Access key 4 – Partners
  • Access key 5 – About Mako
  • Access key 6 – Contact Us/feedback
  • Access key 0 – A reference list of accessibility keys (this page)

Using access keys

  • Internet Explorer 5+
    • PC: Hold down the Alt key, press the number of the access key, release both keys then press ENTER
    • Mac: Hold down the Control key and press the number of the access key
  • Firefox
    • PC: Hold down the Alt key and press the number of the access key
    • Mac: Hold down the Control key and press the number of the access key
  • Safari
    • Mac: Hold down the Control and the Option key and press the number of the access key
  • Opera
    • Mac: Hold down the Shift key and press Escape, release both keys, then press the number of the access key

Note: These shortcut keys may not work on all keyboards or keyboard numberpads.

Use of text on the site and images

This site can be navigated without images, as most navigation elements are in plain text. Where required, the images used on this website have descriptive alt tags. Decorative or non-essential images have been specified by CSS wherever possible.

You can increase the size of text on the screen by following the instructions below:

To increase text size

  • PC: press Control and +
  • Mac: press Command and +

To decrease text size

  • PC: press Control and –
  • Mac: press Command and –

Portable Document Format (PDF) documents

This website includes links to PDF documents. To read a PDF document you need to have a PDF reader installed.

Download a Portable Document Format (PDF) reader from the Adobe website.

If you have any difficulty displaying a PDF document, please contact us for a paper copy.

Visual and technical design

The visual design of this site uses strong colors with a high contrast.

The graphical design of the website has been created using XHTML and CSS, not tables. Whilst some absolute pixel sizing is used, all text on this site is relative, so it should be readable at various font sizes. If your browser does not support style sheets, the website will still be usable.

If you have difficulty with any colors or fonts that we have chosen, we suggest turning these off, disabling style sheets in your web browser or using your own style sheet. If your browser supports this type of change, it can be found as follows:

  • Internet Explorer: Tools > Internet options > Accessibility
  • Firefox: View > Page style > No style
  • Opera: View > Style > User mode
  • Safari: No option available
  • Google Chrome: No option available


Whilst we have attempted to make the Mako Networks website as user-friendly as possible, we know it is always possible to improve. If you have any comments or suggestions as to how we could improve our site, please contact us.