We’re doing the best we possibly can in order to ensure that the website is as accessible as possible, for all people. Physically disabled or else. Using our accessibility interface, you should be able to find the most advanced technologies that will help you adjust the website to your needs, and to your disability and personal preferences.
For your convenience, at the top of the interface, you’ll find a button called “Basic Accessibility”. Clicking this button will activate various settings such as adaptation to Screen Readers, adaptation to Keyboard Navigation, Image alternate text construction and more. We believe that all people deserve to live with respect, equality and independence, and according to that belief, we’ve invested significant resources, effort, time and money in creating an Accessibility Interface that will ease the use of the website for people with various disabilities. Have fun surfing!
Using “Nagishly” Accessibility Interface
This website makes use of “Nagishly” (https://nagishly.co) to allow users to adjust it to their needs and preferences and to operate it in various ways such as using screen reading software, or the keyboard to navigate. All features developed in accordance to the WCAG 2.0 guidelines of accessibility of level AA. Using the interface is subjected to “Nagishly” Terms of Service. Please note that using the website is under the responsibility of the website’s owner alone. Including the content, media and other items.
Browsers Support and Operating Systems Compatibility
Google Chrome, Mozilla FireFox, Microsoft Internet Explorer 11 and above, Microsoft Edge, Android Marshmallow (6) and above, iOS10 and above.
Basic accessibility button to activate various features at once, keyboard navigation, virtual keyboard, screen reader compatibility, skipping to main content, changing the interface language, position and size and more.
Font size adjustment, font family adjustment, magnifying text on mouse hover, emphasizing links and titles, adjusting line height, word spacing and letter spacing, adjusting content alignment (text direction) and more.
Color & Display Adjustments:
Build and show image alternate texts (image description), contrast adjustment (dark, light and monochromatic), text color adjustment, title color adjustment and background color adjustment, stopping and re-activating animation, transitions and more.
Changing of the mouse cursor to big white or big black, emphasizing mouse hover and element focus, zooming in and zooming out of the entire screen and more.
Notes and Comments:
Despite our very best efforts to allow anybody to adjust the website to their needs, it’s possible that there will still be pages or sections of the website that are not very accessible, in the process of becoming accessible, or that technology still doesn’t have a solution for them. In any case, we constantly improve the accessibility interface, adding, updating and improving its possibilities and features, and developing and adopting new technologies in order to reach the optimal level of accessibility possible, at any time and in accordance to the technological advancements.
If you’ve found a bug or a malfunction, or if you find any aspect of the interface difficult to use, or if you have ideas to make it better, we’ll be happy to hear from you. Simply send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or fill up the feedback form in contact page.