Accessibility Statement

Accessibility Statement

Support is committed to providing a website that is accessible to the widest possible audience. This website has been developed to comply with the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) standards for HTML (HyperText Mark Up Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) WCAG 2.0 priority 2 level (double-A compatibility). Additional technologies have been utilized, including JavaScript, but this website does not depend on these technologies to increase functionality.

Using Our Website

The main features of our website when put together considering accessibility are:

  • Navigation has been implemented logically and consistently
  • Navigation link (skip to content) provided
  • The content is written as clearly and simply as possible
  • Text size can be changed using the web browser (more information below)
  • Headings are used in a clear and logical structure.
  • Links (links) can be understood by their content
  • Links (links) will open in the same window unless stated otherwise.
  • Images have alternative text
  • Decorative images have blank text
  • Tables contain summaries in accordance with the places used, table titles.

Text resizing

Our website allows you to use your web browser to increase the size of text and images on the page and to enlarge the page.

To enlarge the page in Internet Explorer 7 and above:

Use the zoom button in the lower right corner of the screen to select the zoom level. Alternatively, you can go to ‘Page’ and go to ‘Zoom’ and select a zoom level

You can also use CTRL and + to Zoom in (Zoom in) using hotkeys, CTRL and – to Zoom out (Reduce) and CTRL and 0 to 100% (Normal size)

You can find more information about the features Microsoft provides here:

To change the text size in Mozilla Firefox:

Click View, then Zoom in, enable Text Only zoom, and then choose Zoom In or Zoom Out.

You can also use the CTRL (Match Command) and + to zoom in, CTRL (Match Command) and – to zoom out, CTRL (Match Command) and 0 to zoom to normal size.

To maximize the page in Mozilla Firefox:

Click View, then Zoom in, enable Text Only zoom, and then choose Zoom In or Zoom Out.

You can also use the CTRL (Match Command) and + to zoom in, CTRL (Match Command) and – to zoom in, CTRL (Match Command) and 0 to bring it to normal size.

To learn more about Firefox’s accessibility features, see the accessibility features of Firefox.

Downloadable files

The files are prepared to be downloaded in various formats. The most common are Adobe Acrobat (.pdf), Microsoft Word (.doç). Arrangements have been made to ensure that digital publications on our website are accessible. All images in the files must have a title or a subtext. We tagged PDFs, tested the reading order, and created a logical structure.

You may need to download Adobe Reader to view the files in PDF format .

You may need to download the Microsoft viewer software to view Word, Excel or PowerPoint files .

Adobe has included accessibility features in the latest version of Acrobat Reader. For example, if you use assistive technology, you can hear a PDF document being read aloud or you can scroll the PDF document automatically. You can access these features from the Edit Preferences menu. Learn more about the free Adobe online conversion tool that converts the content of PDF files into HTML or text that can be understood by most screen reader applications.

Browser compatibility

The site has been cross-platform and cross-browser tested and is currently compatible with modern browsers such as Microsoft Internet Explorer 9+. Note: Compatibility is limited for Internet Explorer 9 and newer.

Contact us

We are looking for solutions that will increase the accessibility of our website. We would be pleased to hear from you about the availability of this site. Please contact us if you have any questions or to leave a comment.

Free assistive technology software

We know that due to the high cost of assistive technologies, not all people with disabilities are using the right software to access a website or use a computer. However, there are many excellent and free assistive technologies available today. These are technologies developed by technologists and communities and available to everyone. Below are just two of these free technologies. We will try to update this section regularly and add it to our page when the new YT becomes available. You can write to us for your suggestions on this subject.

ATbar was created as a toolbar and is free to help users customize the way they view and interact with web pages. The concept behind ATbar is simple: It is a toolbar that provides all the functionality you get through the use of different settings or products. ATbar is free and allows you to change the look and shape of webpages, read aloud text and spell words. It is a simple tool that will allow you to use the most popular browsers.

NonVisual Desktop Access (NVDA) is a free and open source screen reader for the Microsoft Windows operating system. Provides feedback through synthetic speech and Braille, allowing visually impaired or low vision people to access computers running Windows for free. Major features include support for more than 35 languages ​​and the ability to run entirely from a USB drive without installation. NVDA was developed by NV Access.