This website is designed by Wittix in order to be accessible to all users, and to comply with the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD)
The 2006 Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) was ratified by Israel in September of 2012. The Commission acts to prevent discrimination and promote the integration of persons with disabilities into Israeli society, as citizens with equal rights and responsibilities in all areas of life.
This website follows these guidelines relating to accessibility as set out by the WC3. Please see below for a summary of how the site meets these terms.
All pages on this website have also been validated for XHTML and CSS, with accordance to the web standards set out by the W3C.
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- Provide equivalent alternatives to auditory and visual content
- Don't rely on colour alone
- Use mark-up and style sheets and do so properly
- Clarify natural language usage
- Create tables that transform gracefully
- Ensure that pages featuring new technologies transform gracefully
- Ensure user control of time-sensitive content changes
- Ensure direct accessibility of embedded user interfaces
- Design for device-independence (image maps)
- Use interim solutions
- Use W3C technologies and guidelines
- Provide context and orientation information
- Provide clear navigation mechanisms
- Ensure that documents are clear and simple
Summary of how Wittix follows Priority 1 Guidelines
- The content on all pages is readable without the style sheets, colour, scripts and applets (1, 6)
- All images, animations and buttons have alternative "alt" descriptions that can be read by screen readers (1)
- Any multimedia containing important information has an alternative flat-image or text-only version (1)
- All tables used for layout have captions to clarify their layout-only use (5)
- The pages do not rely on colour for navigation (e.g. "click on the green button to proceed") (2)
- The site uses the simplest and most straight-forward language possible (14)
Summary of how Wittix.com follows Priority 2 Guidelines
- Wittix uses style sheets (CSS) to format text and layout (3, 11)
- Every link has a clear title.
- Absolute units of size are used, and this is not recommended, however the content is usable without restrictions(3)
- In a few instances absolute positioning is used, but content is still readable without the positioning (3)
- All events requiring a mouse are for design purposes only and do not hinder the user's ability to view information (7)
- The transaction diagram interface requires the use of a mouse, however an alternative is provided. (1, 7)
- A sitemap is provided (13)
- The user is aware when a pop-up or new window is opened as all links have an alternative title to clarify this (10)
- All link phrases make sense when read out (14)
Summary of how Wittix.com follows Priority 3 Guidelines
- The primary natural language of the site is identified (4)
- Separate adjacent links with more than just whitespace. In the top menu, this does not comply, but an alternative menu with separations is provided at the bottom of each page (13)
- All tables have summaries of their content or their use only for layout purposes (5)
At all times, we strive to make the website accessible to all. If you are not able to view any crucial content of this site please contact us at [email protected]