Website Usage Tips;

As SRP, we strive to create our websites by considering all visitor characteristics. However, it is not possible for some departments to create an average structure in terms of technological capabilities and ease of use. Along with the developing technology, increasing screen size types, the diversity of the ever-increasing need for content on websites, as well as browser and operating system differences can be listed as the main reasons. In this section, we have shared some tips so that you can have a good experience while visiting our website. You can find these tips that will increase your ease of use in our article below.

Finding what you need easier

We want to make sure our sites, both external and internal, work with popular browsers on a variety of platforms, from desktop computers to smartphones. If you have questions or suggestions about accessing our sites, or if you encounter any inconsistencies, please let us know via the communication channels below.

Contact Form
+90 (312) 227 0619
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Recommended Browsers

Although we design our websites to be compatible with all browsers, some browsers stand out due to their engineering. Here are the browsers we recommend for security and ease of use.

Masa Üstü

For Windows: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge

For Apple: Safari


For Android: Google Chrome

For Apple: Safari Mobile


For Android: Google Chrome

For Apple: Safari Mobile

Accessibility tools

For a complete guide to making your computer accessible on the Internet, we recommend visiting the Ability Net My Computer My Way website.

Making pages easier to read in your browser

Web pages can be difficult to view when the text is very small. Most popular browsers such as Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari and Opera support the following mouse gestures and keyboard strokes to zoom in and out of a web page.

Use the Ctrl key on Windows systems, and the “Command” key on Apple IOS.

Hold down the “Ctrl/Command” key and slide the “wheel” on the mouse to zoom in or out.

Hold down the “Ctrl/Command” key and press the “+” or “–” key to zoom in.

Use the “0” key to reset.

You can use the “F11” key for full screen use or you can use the “Full Screen” key in the settings tab.

Magnifying your screen

Another way to make text easier to read is to enlarge the screen. All recent versions of Windows have a magnifying glass that allows users to magnify part of the screen. However, people with visual impairments may need fully functional magnifying software.

Click to use the Windows magnifying glass…

Users working with Apple IOS operating systems can use the built-in Zoom feature.

Read Apple IOS accessibility features…

Using the screen reader

Windows users can convert on-screen text to speech.

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In the Apple IOS operating system, users can use the VoiceOver feature.

Read Apple IOS accessibility features…

There are also third-party screen readers available.

PDF Files

We use PDF files to help us preserve the look and feel of our original documents. You can download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader for free to open and view PDF files. Adobe also publishes information about accessing PDFs using screen readers. Finally, there are “Accessibility” sections in the “settings” tab of all browsers that can increase the ease of use. By using this section, you can customize your browser and provide a more enjoyable web experience.