We attach great importance to making our website accessible to people with special needs, thus enabling the majority of the population to surf quickly and comfortably on our sites.
The site was built in accordance with the accessibility instructions contained in Level AA's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, and we considered it necessary to build the entire site in advance.
The following are some of the actions taken within the framework of accessibility of our sites
Restrictions on accessibility
It should be noted that despite our efforts to make all the pages in the site accessible, parts of the site may not be accessible. We continue our efforts to improve the accessibility of the site as part of our commitment to allow it to be used for a population including people with disabilities, and we would be happy if you would fill these gaps so that you, too, would be answered as soon as possible.
"Accessible site" character:
The Israeli character for accessible websites is a joint initiative of the Israel Internet Association and the Access Israel Association.
The goal of placing the character on the site is to promote public awareness of accessibility to the Internet and to inform the disabled about the accessibility of the site.
You can view the guidelines for accessibility to Web 2.0 sites:
Site manager: Tomer Amsalem, 054-6645505, [email protected]
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