Accessibility on .925Suneera
We have structured our website to allow those of all abilities to easily and quickly find the information they need.
Ongoing Efforts to Ensure AccessibilityOur site follows Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) version 2.1 Level AA Success Criteria (and where possible Level AAA) opens a new window and the latest ICT Refresh (Section 508) guidelines opens a new window as they apply to the web as our primary goal. These guidelines include internationally agreed-upon standards and ICT Refresh Compliance Criteria that cover a wide range of recommendations and best practices for making content more accessible and ADA Compliant opens a new window. As new content and pages are created for our website. We apply these guidelines to all our designs, code, and content as new content and pages are created for our website. Testing of our website is performed by accessibility experts using industry-standard tools such as AXE Accessibility opens a new window, WAVE opens a new window, NVDA Screen Reader opens a new window, Colour Contrast Analyser (CCA) opens a new window, additional browser extensions like HeadingsMap (verify page content structure) opens a new window, keyboard-only navigation techniques, and Flesch-Kincaid readability tests.
Accessibility Features On .925SuneeraThe following is a list of components and functions meant to improve our site’s accessibility:
- .925Suneera design has incorporated a mobile-responsive version of its content.
- We have selected colors for color contrast and meet AA requirements, even for small text.
- Navigational aids are provided throughout our website. Skip navigation links have been incorporated to enable smooth keyboard navigation and to bypass repeated content.
- The language of our website is declared in the header.
- All images and other non-text elements are appropriately marked up to either reflect their purely decorative purpose or share informative content in their alternative text attributes.
- Landmark and heading markups indicate expected navigation, section containers, headings, lists, and buttons in a more understandable and skimmable way for all users, regardless of device.
- Forms are associated with labels or applicable Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) and include appropriate instructions on filling in form controls, with clearly understandable error states.
- (ARIA) screen-reader only text is present when links, buttons, icons, or images need additional context to understand their meaning.
- Warning text (readable by screen-readers) is displayed when links open in a new tab or window wherever possible.
Accessibility Support Contact
We welcome comments, questions, and feedback on our website. If you notice anything that doesn’t work for you or your assistive technology, please let us know. We will do our best to assist you and resolve issues.
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