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Accessibility

Hatahana- the station is obligated to provide the general public who uses the site with content that is as accessible as possible, regardless of the technology that the site was built on. We strive to update and implement the accessibility rules as much as possible, in accordance with the accessibility standards.

The website isoptimized for level 2 (AA) accessibility of the W3C organization. In the following linksyou will find the website’s accessibility guidelines in Hebrew and in English. The site wasbuilt according to W3C standards for CSS and HTML. The website is optimized todisplay in major browsers.

Easilybrowsing the website

You cannavigate forward in the site with the TAB button. To navigate backward, pressthe key combination: SHIFT + TAB.

Before the mainnavigation of site, there is a hidden button that appears when it receives thekeyboard focus. Clicking it will open a pop-up window. In the window, the sitemenu will appear. It can be closed by pressing the "ESC" button onthe keyboard, or by clicking the “close” button in the menu. You can alsonavigate to it using the small keyboard arrows (up and down(.

You cannavigate from the main menu using “TAB” and “SHIFT + TAB”.

At the top ofthe site there are buttons that can change the font size and the website colors,to facilitate viewing.

To assist inentering information into the website’s forms, there is a unique tool that enlargesthe text as you type in the form fields. The tool opens and closesautomatically when you are in a form field, and does not interfere with fillingin the form.

Navigatingareas

The site isdivided into areas, such as the main content area and the versatile menu. Atthe start of each area, there is a level 5 heading indicating the name of the areayou are in. Some of the headlines are also links, which allows you to skip thatarea and reach your desired content faster. For example, it is possible to skipover the main menu.

Usingthe keyboard for date display

Leftkey on keyboard –shifts the keyboard’s focus to the previous day. The selectionwill move to the last day of the previous month, if the current day is thefirst of the month.

Rightkey on keyboard – shifts the focus to the following day. The selection will moveto the first day of the next month if the current day is the last of the month.

Upkey on keyboard – shifts the focus to the same day in the previous week. Continuedtyping in the same direction will transfer you to the same day in the previousmonth.

Downkey on keyboard - shifts the focus to the same day of the next week. Continuedtyping in the same direction will transfer you to the same day of the nextmonth.

PgUP - shifts thefocus to the same day in the previous month. If the date is not available, the focuswill be shifted to the last day of that month.

PgDn - shifts thefocus to the same day next month. If the date is not available, the focus willbe shifted to the last day of that month.

Ctrl+ PgUp - shiftsthe focus to the same day of last year. If the date is not available, the focuswill be shifted to the last day of that month.

Ctrl+ PgUp - shiftsthe focus to the same day of the next year. If the date is not available, the focuswill be shifted to the last day of that month.

Home – shifts the focusto the first day of the last month.

End – shifts the focusto the last day of that month.

Tab/ Shift + Tab -if the date display is in Modl mode, it can be navigated by selecting the closed/previous/nextbuttons. In any other case, go to the ‘related text’ boxes to choose from thedate display.

Enter/ Space -opens the text box to enter a date.

ARIArules

If you use areading screen software or other assistive technologies, know that in this siteAria lawswere taken into consideration. These laws help to interpret the sitecontent accurately and better for those technologies, so that the technologyyou are using will provide you the accurate meaning of existing elements on thepage.

Websiteaccessibility issues

No currentlyknown issues.

Exceptions

Nocurrently known issues.

Founda problem? Tell us!

We try tomaintain the site at the highest level. If you are having problems browsing thesite, or have noticed accessibility problems in particular, do not hesitate toreport via the contact form, so that we can address the problem in the bestway. Please include as much information as possible:

  • Description of the problem
  • Your browser type and version
  • Your operating system
  • Your assistive technology (if used)
  • In which page did you incur the problem?
  • Which action were you trying to perform?

We will takecare of the problem and get back to you as soon as possible.

The Tachana complex  is accessible to people with disabilities andhas been checked by Avi Warshavsky.

Inquiries about accessibility at the Tachanacan be contacted at: 03-5170001