Declaration of accessibility
Declaration of accessibility
An accessible website is a website that allows people with disabilities and older people to surf with the same level of efficiency and enjoyment as all surfers. About 20 to 25 percent of the population has difficulty using the Internet and may benefit from more accessible Internet content.
Information on site accessibility
The accessibility adjustments were made in accordance with the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities Law and the recommendations of the Israeli Standard (TI 5568) at level AA. The site provides support for the usual usage pattern for keyboard operation.
The browsers that provide good support for accessibility with the site are Google Chrome
The accessibility component
Anyway at any time – the accessibility component displays a shortened menu at the top right of the page, on every page and page on the site) and of course, on the left side in foreign language sites (which provides the key functions so that at any given moment, you can customize the browsing experience.
Visual accessibility and technological accessibility – The accessibility component consists of two main parts that are adapted to target audiences with different disabilities:
Visual accessibility – visual adjustments for browsing the site. Such as: changing colors, changing font size, etc.
Virtual accessibility – adjustments that enable support for assistive technologies such as “screen reading software” that helps the site read to the blind.
Explanation of the accessibility component buttons
Shortcut menu – allows quick transition to main content and defined important links, and also allows skipping the recurring elements on all pages of the site.
Keyboard Navigation – The accessibility component allows all operations to be performed using convenient and efficient navigation for the user using the keyboard only, while maintaining the following elements: skipping recurring content segments, skipping defined elements and text segments, marking the keyboard focus and form accessibility by defining cell fields in forms So that each field will have a clear description as well as an active submit button.
Color blind compatibility – allows the content to be accessed by a wider user audience of people with disabilities, such as blindness and visual impairment through the option of choosing the colors of the foreground and background by the user.
Visually Impaired – Black – allows the content to be accessed by a wider audience of visually impaired people who need high contrast by allowing the user to choose the colors of the foreground and background.
Visibility for the visually impaired – white – allows the content to be accessed by a wider audience of visually impaired people who need high contrast by allowing the user to choose the colors of the foreground and background.
Flicker Blocker – Allows you to customize time limits – Flicker Blocker. A mechanism that allows the user to stop, stop or hide information that appears moving, flashing or scrolling.
AAA Font Enlargement – Allows you to resize text without the use of line spacing.
Accessibility statement – a content page that allows the site owner to implement and update the accessibility statement in a quick and easy way through the management interface in accordance with the requested wording.
Close Accessibility – A button to close and cancel all accessibility buttons used by the surfer.
Standardization – The site is supported by the most up-to-date browsers.
Site content – the company works to write the site content in a simple and clear way for all and allows users to navigate and navigate easily between the pages.
Website design – the website was designed with awareness and adaptation to surfers and customers with visual impairments.
Site structure – The structure of the site is based on convenient and clear navigation and menus built using lists that allow easy, simple and quick orientation on the site.
There are convenient options for customers to operate and browse the site pages such as:
Activating the site using a keyboard – Surfers who have difficulty activating a mouse can browse between the various links on the page by typing on the computer keyboard.
Browsing the site using a screen reader – This information screen is intended for blind or visually impaired surfers who use reading software.
The site has been tested and adapted for browsing from a wide range of devices and browsers. However, clarification due to technological advances, and the abundance of devices on the market, may be in some screens
If for any reason you browse the site and / or one of the pages of the site is not accessible to your satisfaction and / or for any reason you find it appropriate to report to us that the page does not meet the standard set by law, we apologize in advance and are prepared to receive any report immediately.
We will be happy to answer any questions and / or requests and receive any comments regarding accessibility.
If there was a report that was found to be correct and needs to be handled – until immediate treatment we will be happy to provide a personal telephone answer to any question and if necessary accompany the surfers and read for them what was not properly accessible to them.