This website is accessible by WCAG 2.0 to AA level by the international organization of W3C.
What is an accessible site?
An accessible site is one that allows people with disabilities to navigate through the website comfortably and efficiently as possible.
Examples are enlarging all fonts on the site, navigation without using the mouse, enhancing contrast including texts and images, option to pause and navigate through scrolling and animations, and more.
We are doing our best in order to allow everybody enjoy this site and of course - we will gladly receive suggestions of improvements.
For more detailed information on accessible websites, click here to navigate to "Web Accessibility" on Wikipedia
Last date of accessibility update: 30/01/2016.
- Blind - First, install a screen reader program li JAWS or Cobra. When it's installed, use the TAB key to move to the next element and SHIFT+TAB keys to move to the previous element. As the website fully loads, first TAB press will open an accessibility menu that will guide you further.
- Visually Impaired - color - Click on "Accessibility" at the top of the screen, and select "enhanced contrast" or "greyscale", what suits you more. In addition, clickable elements are usually underlined. You can turn off these features by the same process - by selecting "turn off enhanced contrast" or "turn off grayscale".
- Visually Impaired - size - Click on "Accessibility" at the top of the screen, the accessibility menu will opens. The upper section contains the letter A in 3 sizes. Click on the biggest one to increase the size of all fonts to the maximum or the middle sized to increase it to medium size. Turning off font enlargements is done by the same process, only this time select the smallest letter A.
- Hearing impaired - Site does not have elements that play sounds.
- Having difficulty to use a mouse - As the website fully loads you can navigate through the entire site with TAB key and SHIFT+TAB keys. The first TAB press will open an accessibility menu that will guide you further.
- Having difficulty to read - First, install a screen reader program li JAWS or Cobra. When it's installed, use the TAB key to move to the next element and SHIFT+TAB keys to move to the previous element. As the website fully loads, first TAB press will open an accessibility menu that will guide you further.
- Epileptic and losing consciousness - Whenever you see moving elements, shutters or animations, search for the Pause button and click it - or hit it by navigating with the keyboard. In most cases, you will also be able to manually control the occurrence of the transitions and/or the animation by buttons like: play slideshow, go to the next slide, etc..
- All users - If you encounter a problem and/or in need of help, you can click on the "Contact Us" and follow the instructions.
Minimum requirements for effective and pleasant user experience
- Portable/Stationary computer - Windows 7 or above or OS X Yosemite 10.10 and above
- Smartphone/Tablet - iOS 7.1.2 and above or Android 4.3 or Windows Phone 7 and above
- Smart TV - one of the following operating systems: webOS, Tizen, Firefox or Android
- Internet Explorer - version 10 and above
- Microsoft Edge - any version
- Google Chrome - version 43 and above
- Mozilla Firefox - version 16 and above
- Safari - version 9 and above
- Opera - version 30 and above
- Java Script - all browsers allow switching on and off the use of Java Script language. For most accessible elements in this site, Java Script support should be on.
- CSS3 - Some animations and menus are being opened and being closed using the language of CCS3. Browser must support it.