This website (portal) is working towards maximal accessibility of its contents and functions in compliance with most common standards. It fulfils all important criteria of accessibility according to the Blind Friendly Web methodology (the United Organization of the Visually Impaired and the Blind Project) and the WCAG 1.0.
This site uses only relative font sizes, all texts can be increased or decreased in size by using the text size function available from every page or by using the "view" option in your browser.
The structure and operating of the site is designed to be accessible for people using a range of equipment and browsers as well as for users with specific needs.
HTML 4.01 is used for the structure of layout and contents and cascading style sheets (CSS) for visual layout of the website.
Some information on the website is accessible in other than text or hypertext formats.
The following file formats may be used on the website:
- PDF - Adobe Acrobat Reader is available for free download
- OpenDocument (ODT, ODS, ODP) - free OpenOffice product available for displaying these format files
- DOC, DOCX, XLS, XLSX, PPT, PPTX - Microsoft Corporation provides free download of Word Viewer, Excel Viewer, and PowerPoint Viewer browsers with their Office products
- RTF - Most word processors are able to read and write RTF documents.
- ZIP, RAR - compressed documents, the content can be decompressed using any suitable decompression tool If you have any questions, comments or suggestions regarding the accessibility of this site or if you find any area of our site difficult to use please contact our webmaster.
Access keys are keyboard shortcuts that provide links to important areas of the site:
- Access key 0 - Accessibility Statement
- Access key 1 - Home page
- Access key 2 - Higher level
- Access key 3 - Top of page
- Access key 4 - Site map
- Access key 5 - Skip navigation
How to Use Access keys:
- Mozilla ... Alt + access key
- Internet Explorer ... Alt + access key + Enter
- Opera ... Shift + ESC + access key
For the right functioning it may be necessary to use the digits above letters with the English keyboard (Alt + Shift). Macintosh uses Ctrl instead of Alt.
All pages (except for the home page) provide information about „where you are“ in the middle part of the page above the content. This navigation structure is active and enables you to move easily to a higher level of the structure. Basic information can also be obtained from the URL and the title page.