Commitment to accessibility
Many studies indicate that about 20% and even more of the Internet users in Israel and around the world are people with disabilities, such as blindness, vision-impaired, color-blind, hearing-impaired, motor-impaired or visually and comprehensively impaired.
Therefore, we consider it extremely important to make the site accessible as much as possible. An accessible site is a site made with adjustments that make it easier for people with disabilities to have as much easy and enjoyable surfing experience as possible.
This site was accessed in accordance with section 35 of the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities (Accessibility Adjustments) Regulations 2013, in accordance with the Israeli Standard for Content Accessibility on Internet 5568 and in accordance with World Wide Web Organization (WCAG 2.0 Level AA) Guideline (W3C) , Which is a standard that has been accepted in many countries of the world.
Actions we took to make the site accessible
We, the site owners, together with the Meyzam Group Ltd. which established the site, have taken and will take various actions to make the site accessible.
Here are some examples of the actions we took to make the site accessible:
- Customizing the site for the following common browsers: Internet Explorer, Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari.
- Matching the site responsibly to mobile devices, tablets, and desktops.
- Customize the site for different operating systems: Windows 7 / 8.1 / 10, iOS, Android.
- Adjusting the site to different screen resolutions.
- Adapting the site to an error-free HTML5 data view.
- Integrating accessible capabilities according to W3C ARIA guidelines.
- Incorporating rich snippets-enriched extensions supported by search engines for a better understanding of the site's semantics.
- Improving the website design template to highlight the content and make it easier to navigate in the site.
- Improving site navigation through simple, easy-to-understand menus.
- Customizing the site for browsing with both the mouse and the keyboard.
- Avoiding incorporating pop-up and flashing elements in website design.
- The links on the site include a textual anchor explaining where the click is directed.
- Entering ALT replacement value for every important image on the site.
- The content pages on the site are conveniently organized to read and understand: there is a clear subdivision of headings and subheadings and internal paragraphs.
- Embedding an accessibility toolbar.
Using Website Accessibility Tools
You can use any of the functions available in the access bar embedded in the site. These features include: enlarge view, font enhancement, contrast enhancement, readable font, highlight the mouse cursor, stop animation and moving elements, highlight titles, highlight links, display description for photos.
You can zoom in on the site by pressing ctrl and +/- keyboard keys or by pressing ctrl and playing with the mouse wheel up and down.
You can switch between different elements on the screen using the Tab key.
You can use the operating system accessibility aids.
Here are some restrictions on the site accessibility:
- There may be links leading to external sites that are inaccessible.
- There may be embedding of external components that are inaccessible.
- There may be a mixture of videos in foreign languages with no dubbing and / or translation.
- There may be download files that have not been matched in terms of language and design.
Despite efforts to make the site accessible to people with disabilities and to allow them an easy and enjoyable browsing experience, there may be non-accessible components on the site, as no available technology has been found for them.
We make every effort to continue improving the site's accessibility for people with disabilities.
If you come across a component on the site that is inaccessible or if you have any recommendations for improving accessibility on the site, we would love for you to update us about it using the contact form available on the "Contact Us" page.
Last update of the accessibility statement
The accessibility statement was updated on 1/11/2019.