Accessibility

The National Contact Point (hereinafter referred to as: NKT-Z) strives to make its web pages user-friendly and also available to users with special needs. Here are some pieces of advice that can improve your user experience with our website.

World Wide Web Consortium standards

NKT-Z strives to observe the Strategy and use the resources and Web Content Accessibility Guidelines for users with special needs prepared by the W3C Consortium.

By observing these Guidelines the website content is accessible to a wider range of people with special needs (the blind and visually impaired, the deaf and hearing impaired, persons with limited mobility). Based on these Guidelines, the content is also more accessible to other users.

Among others, the following recommendations are followed:
  • descriptions are provided for important figures,
  • fonts that can be magnified are used,
  • the use of frames is avoided because some browsers have difficulties in displaying them,
  • descriptions are provided to the website’s multimedia content,
  • names of links are descriptive.
If instructions for your browser, device or operating system are not provided in the links below, please contact the manufacturer/supplier directly and request detailed instructions for using devices for people with special needs.
Web browser and operating system adjustment

The Institute's website was designed to be used with different web browsers and operating systems. It is recommended to use the latest version of browsers if possible, as newer browsers have better integrated support for people with special needs.

Detailed instructions to improve accessibility of content when using particular web browsers can be found on the providers' websites (the majority of websites on the links below are in English):
All operating systems have features for users with special needs. For more information, go to the website of your operating system:
Hint: If you have difficulties reading our website, you can magnify the size of the text in your browser. The majority of browsers enable this by pressing Ctrl and + or – keys at the same time or by pressing Ctrl key and scrolling with the mouse wheel.

More detailed instructions for each browser are available at the links below:

Extra software to increase accessibility

Special software is available that can read the content of the web page, magnify it or otherwise improve its accessibility. See the Wikipedia's list of screen readers and self-voicing applications.

Additional help

We hope these instructions have helped you to make full use of the options provided by our website.
If you have any questions or need additional information on the NKT-Z website, please contact us.