The website babl.si has been designed to be accessible to all visitors by adapting various access methods and ensuring a positive user experience. Accessibility has been self-assessed in accordance with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act.
The website is designed to be accessible and user-friendly for all web visitors. It has been developed in accordance with the AA and AAA level guidelines for web content accessibility defined by the WCAG 2.1 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1) standard. The web pages comply with the AA level and have been enhanced with some requirements of the AAA level, which further improve the user experience for individuals with disabilities.
To ensure compatibility with assistive technologies and accessibility with tools such as screen readers, the website follows the guidelines of the WAI-ARIA (Web Accessibility Initiative – Assistive Rich Internet Applications). specification. The HTML code of the web pages includes descriptions and attributes with additional information for dedicated applications or screen readers. Examples include alternative texts for graphical elements, labels for input fields and buttons, and more.
Additional assistance in the form of hints for input fields, buttons, and links is provided for less experienced web users.
A special tool is available on the website that provides additional accessibility features. It is displayed when the accessibility icon in the bottom right corner is clicked. Users are provided with the following options:
- Enhanced keyboard navigation
- Larger mouse cursor in white or black color
- Bright and dark contrast
- Grayscale color display
- Use of a standard font suitable for individuals with dyslexia
- Larger font size; bold font
- Highlighted links
Website visitors can also utilize keyboard shortcuts for easier navigation:
- Display accessibility options (Ctrl + U)
- Close pop-up window/menu (Esc)
- Move focus to the next element (Tab)
- Move focus to the previous element (Shift + Tab)
If CSS style sheets are not supported by the browser, all information can still be accessed, but some content may be duplicated or redundant. Additional texts are included in the website's code for display on screens of different sizes or upon specific actions.
Many WCAG and WAI-ARIA guidelines for improving website accessibility can be subjectively interpreted, and interpretations may change over time.
We aim to make the website as user-friendly as possible. If you encounter any difficulties accessing any content or information on this website or if you have feedback or suggestions for improvement, please contact us.