Netanya Municipality is strongly committed to making the city's website accessible to people with disabilities so that the majority of the population will be able to easily navigate and interact with it.
The site was built according to the accessibility guidelines set out in
W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, level AA
The following are some of the steps we have taken to make the Netanya website accessible:
- The navigation tools and orientation information on the website are simple and easy to use.
- The content is written in clear and simple language, and is organized through headings and lists.
- A fixed and uniform structure for all subsites and pages on the website.
- The site can be viewed on a variety of browsers (such as Mozilla, Chrome and others).
- The site is compatible with work environments of various resolutions.
- Graphic objects have textual equivalents (alt).
- The website allows uses to change the size of the font by using the CTRL button and the scroll wheel on the mouse.
- The hyperlinks on the site are clear and provide an explanation on what they link to.
- The size of the text on the various pages can be changed using one of the three Font Size icons at the top of each page.
Limitations to accessibility
Despite our best efforts to make all of the pages on the website accessible, you make come across parts of the site that are still not accessible.
We are still working to improve the accessibility of the site as part of our commitment to allowing the entire population, including people with disabilities, to use it.
Accessible Website seal
The Israeli seal for accessible websites is a joint venture of the Israel Internet Association and Access Israel.
The purpose of adding the seal to the website is to heighten public awareness of internet accessibility and to inform people with disabilities who visit our site that it is accessible.
You can view the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 at: