The Ethiopian Jewry Heritage Center invests significant resources to ensure that anyone interested, including people experiencing physical, sensory, and cognitive difficulties, can enjoy visiting our website and using the content it features.
The website was built pursuant to the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities Regulations (Service Accessibility Adjustments), 5773-2013, and Israeli Standard 5568, pursuant to the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, at accessibility level AA. The site was checked with the JAWS screen reader and Chrome browser.
Means of accessibility on the website
- Option of full usage by blind individuals using a screen reader program.
- Option of browsing the site using a keyboard or other assisting technology: repeatedly pressing the Tab button will move the cursor between the different links; clicking Enter will activate the link.
- Means of navigation on the website are consistent and easy to use.
- The website content is written in clear language and well organized with titles and lists.
- The design is adapted for the vision impaired and color blind. Including the option to change font color and size.
- On pages with content that moves and could bother some users, there is a button that makes it possible to halt the movements.
Inquiries regarding accessibility
request or question, we would be happy to hear from you. In your inquiry, please include the page address, device, and browser that you are using, and whether you are using any assisting technology.
Contact information for inquiries regarding accessibility
Name: Vicky Hendelman
Accessibility statement last updated on: July 10, 2023