We at Dani Levy Communications, PR and Media Advisory firm in Israel, work hard to make the organization and our website accessible to people with disabilities to promote equal rights and transparency.
The essence of an accessible website
An accessible website is a site that enables a person with disabilities to surf with the same level of efficiency and enjoyment as other surfers, using the capabilities of the system on which he operates and through technologies that assist accessibility.
Make accessibility adjustments to the website
The accessibility adjustments on the site were made in accordance with Article C: Internet Services in the Equal Rights for People with Disabilities Regulations (Service Accessibility Adjustments), 5773-2013, to the Israeli Standard SI 5568 based on WCAG 2.0 guidelines. The Website has been made accessible to AA level subject to changes and adjustments made in the Israeli Standard document.
Accessibility compatibility has been tested on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Mozilla, and Edge browsers.
The site supports assistive technologies such as screen reading software and keyboard browsing by using the Tab and Shift+Tab keys to switch between links, arrow keys, Enter key to select, Esc key to exit menus and windows, and press H or Number to switch between headings.
The site is regularly inspected to ensure the maintenance of site accessibility.
Accessibility measures available on the site:
- Support all accepted standard browsers (Chrome, Explorer, Firefox, Opera, Mozilla).
- The content of the site was written in clear language, and readable fonts were used
- Site structures consist of headings, paragraphs, and lists
- Getting around the site is simple and convenient, with clear and available menus
- The links on the site are clear and explain where you are transferred after clicking on them
- Links at the beginning of the page to jump to content
- Textual description for images and icons for assistive technologies
- Adapting the site to work environments at different resolutions (responsive)
- Stop and launch buttons for video galleries
- ARIA rules have been implementedto help interpret website content more accurately and better
- Accessibility of menus, forms and fields, title hierarchy, tab elements, pop-ups and more
Change a view on a site
- You can zoom in or out of the site by pressing one of the “CTRL” buttons together with the mouse wheel or together with the “+” sign for zooming in or together with the “-” sign for zooming out. Each click will reduce or enlarge the screen by ten percent (10%)
- Changing the font size will be done by using the accessibility menu found on the site
- Users who do not have a mouse or cannot use a mouse can activate the features found on the site by pressing the “TAB” key. Each click will move the cursor to the following option on the site: pressing the “Enter” key will activate the link on which the cursor is located;
- The site does not include flickers, jitters and motion content. In places where such content is found, it can be stopped by standing on them and clicking the mouse or moving to them by the “TAB” key and pressing the “Enter” key
Adapting a site for the visually and hearing impaired
- Basic visibility (resolution) boosters
- Voice recognition software
- Operating System Voice Recognition Packs
Additional adjustments in the sidebar
- Make text larger and smaller
- Reverse contrast
- High contrast
- Light background
- Highlighting links
- Readable font
- Link to site map
The site administration does everything possible to ensure that all the pages displayed are accessible. However, there may be pages that have not yet been made accessible, or that a suitable technological solution has not yet been found to make them accessible.
Accessibility arrangements in the organization
The following are the accessibility arrangements in our office, which are located at Baba Hillel Silver 12, Sasson Hogi Tower, Ramat Gan:
- There are parking spaces and parking arrangements for the disabled along the street and in the building (parking in the building by prior arrangement).
- There is a continuum of access from the parking lot through the entrance to our office (including elevators)
- Accessible disabled toilets are available.
- There are identification and directional signs.
- A service animal intended to assist a person with disabilities is permitted to enter the office
Ways of contacting requests, accessibility problems and suggestions for improvement:
If you find an accessibility problem on the website or need help, you are welcome to contact us through the organization’s accessibility coordinator:
Accessibility statement updated on July 16, 2023