Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
- This site displays correctly with currently available Internet browsers such as Internet Explorer 6.0 and later versions and Mozilla Firefox since cascading style sheets (CSS) 1.0. are used to control its layout and presentation.
- This site is best viewed at a screen resolution of 1024 x 780 pixels or higher.
- A user help desk is available to users in order to provide support regarding the site and its accessibility.
- A tab order has been specified which allows users to access items in a logical order.
- This portal includes equivalent information to the visual and auditory content. All images, animations, buttons and any multimedia containing important information have an alternative flat-image or text-only version.
- Text and graphics are understandable when viewed without colour.
- This portal provides sufficient contrast for foreground and background colours when viewed using monochrome displays or by people with different types of colour deficits.
- All the pages follow W3C technologies and include accessibility guidelines. They all meet CSS, XHTML 2.0 and T.A.W. for at least level A specifications.
- The pages provide, at all times, context and orientation information to help users know in which Web section they are navigating through.
- All the tables provide summaries and captions which describe the nature of the table.
- All the pages are usable when scripts, applets, flash animations and dynamic objects are not supported or turned off.
- New browser windows will not be opened without informing the user.
- This portal has been created by fully optimizing icon and image size so that users with slow internet connection have no difficulty in accessing information.
In order to change the text size on Mozilla Firefox, click on the Menu: View > Text Size > Increase/ Decrease.
In order to change the text size on Internet Explorer, click on the Menu: View > Text Size > Largest / Larger/ Medium/ Smaller/ Smallest.