The objective of making the Dizengoff Center website accessible is to create a website that is available, convenient and user friendly for people with hand or vision disabilities, people with cognitive deficiencies and people who have difficulty in operating a computer or the Internet and to enable all to surf the site easily and quickly and to benefit from the content at the site.
Means of Accessibility at the Website
Standardization: The website is supported by standard browsers. Support for Internet Explorer is from version 10 and higher.
Website Content: The contents at the website were written in a simple and clear manner.
Design of the Website: The website was designed with awareness of web surfers who are visionary impaired and tailored for such.
The structure of the website: The website is structured for convenient and easy navigating and menus are built using lists that enable easy, simple and quick orientation in the website.
Enlarging the display at the website: Those web surfers who have vision impairments and who which to enlarge the display at the website, can do so by simultaneously pressing the “Ctrl” and “+” (control and plus) keys. To decease the size of the website, simultaneously press the “Ctrl” and “-” (control and minus) keys.
Surfing the website using a keyboard: Those web surfers who have difficulty in operating a mouse can surf the website using a keyboard. Repeated pressing of the Tab key will toggle round the various links at the website. Links that shorten the way to navigate, to the content and to website map appear at the top of each page. Pressing enter will activate the highlighted link.
There is an accessibility menu at the top right hand side of each page with the following options:
“Contrast”: Changes the contrast of the site to one of two options.
“Font Size”: Increases the size of the font and decreases it back to the default size.
“Links”: Adds an underline to all the links at the site.
All the page areas at the site are defined by means of headings: Level 1 Headings as well as the main heading of the page. The secondary headings are Level 2, 3 and 4.
We will continue to preserve and improve the level of accessibility of the website from a perspective of equality of rights and equality of opportunity for all. Should you, in any case, come across a difficulty, we will be happy to receive any response, idea and suggestion on the matter via email: