Web Accessibility

Web Accessibility

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1. Accessibility page

Quick instructions to accessibility in the guide below

2. Go to the main contents

Skip all links and go directly to main contents. The name can be skipped to the main content.

3. Skip submenu

Go directly to the side menu of the selected page.

4. Site search page

The entire site is used for searching. Search results are displayed with titles, descriptions, and URLs.

5. Contact

Access directly to the contact page.

6. Replacement tag

The image that conveys the content is by another tag

7. Logical content layout

The page title is always the H1 title and we tried to place the content in a logical order.
For each page provided

8. Meta tag

We strive to provide a unique title, description, and keywords to identify the contents of the page with titles and descriptions, not entire documents.

9. Other

We are optimizing the site for web standards and accessibility.

For other browsers, see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Access_key
Firefox keyboard user, Alt + Shift + key value.
In the case of IE keyboard user, type the key for the Alt + key value and press the Enter key.

It follows the keyboard shortcut until October 2014 and no longer decides which keyboard shortcuts are available, providing both advantages and disadvantages.

We want to use web standard and accessibility W3C as much as possible. Separate content from design, supporint all major browsers on Linux, Windows and Mac computers, such as IE, Safari, Firefox, Opera, Netscape, Sea Monkey, Lynx, Chrome. We also hope that the font sizing feature and screen readers will easily enjoy accessing the site. We also hope that font sizing will be available and that screen readers will enjoy easy access to the site.