Web Standards Compliance
At TMP we love web standards and it shows! Our development methodologies adhere closely to web standards set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and best practices of the web design and development communities. The browser market share is constantly changing from month to month. As a matter of process we always look at the top browsers being used to ensure your target audience gets your message clearly and as intended.
We do not, as a matter of course, test against other browsers (e.g. Internet Explorer 7 and less or any Linux browsers) unless it is specifically requested. If you require testing for any browsers outside our standard testing environment, we can provide that service.
This only applies to project testing. Once the site has been launched, all post launch testing and upgrades depend on the project's maintenance plan. Talk to your account representative to setup a maintenance plan for your website.
All of your prospective job candidates, regardless of physical or technological
capabilities, have the right to learn more about your company and access all job
listings. To preserve users' right of universal access, our baseline development
standards for all of our web offerings attempt to meet
WCAG 2.0 Level A guidelines.
If there is a need to support different accessibility guidelines, please bring this
to the attention of your account representative as soon as possible.
Operating System Support
TMP supports applications on the following operating systems:
- Windows 8/8.1
- Windows 7
- Windows Vista
- Mac OS 10.8+
- iOS 8
- iOS 7
- Android 4.x
Corresponding to the timeline below and the point in time which your project is launched, we test all our web development in the following browsers:
Browser Support as of 12/20/2016
TMP supports the current and prior major release versions of all browsers. Corresponding to the date in which your project has launched, we test all development in the following:
Please note that we do not support browsers that have been modified, run in compatibility mode, or filter out code that is required for the normal operation of your site. We do not, as a matter of course, support browsers that are not listed within this document. Should your users or company's browser needs differ, please consult your account representative immediately.