The accessibility statement relates to the evropskasredstva.si website, managed by the Ministry of Cohesion and Regional Development.
The Ministry aims to make the website easier to use for the broadest possible range of users. The website has been designed to be used by blind and partially sighted people, deaf people, people with dyslexia, and people with reading comprehension disorders.
Level of compliance
The accessibility of the evropskasredstva.si website is being edited. The Ministry is working to make the website fully compliant with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act as soon as possible. The Ministry follows the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) 2.0, compliance level AA.
The website ensures the following:
- due to the fact that accessibility is still being edited, the plugin currently allows you to choose the colour contrast, the font, and the sitemap
- the display of content for users of assistive technologies (e. g. screen readers) and keyboard navigation of the website is also partially implemented
- the website has a clear and consistent structure and navigation
- the html code of the website is transparent and designed to meet the requirements of different devices
- the website allows the webpage to be enlarged by up to 200 % without loss of information
- links on the page are recognisable
- a position indicator is placed in front of the content to reveal the user’s location in the website (breadcrumbs)
- alternative text for all image material
- predictable website operation
- enabled usage of different heading levels
The Ministry strives to make the evropskasredstva.si website fully functional, including its accessibility services, when using all newer (supported) browsers. For the best user experience, we recommend using Google Chrome.
The Ministry is constantly monitoring and improving individual accessibility elements. Nevertheless, in the current phase of website adjustment, some published content does not comply with all the requirements regarding accessibility as stipulated by the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act.
Examples of such content include:
- maps, graphs and calendars
- PDF documents
- there are several links on the website to external websites for which the Ministry cannot guarantee that they meet accessibility requirements
- not all photographs on the websites are yet fully annotated with alternative texts
In making major changes to the system, the Ministry will ensure that the changes are adapted as much as possible for vulnerable groups.
If there is anything you would like to inform us about or have any questions about accessible/non-accessible content, you can e-mail us at [email protected] or call us at +386 (0)1 400 36 82.
If you detect any non-compliance with the provisions of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act, you can file a complaint with the information society inspectors by writing a letter to the Information Society Inspectorate, Davčna ulica 1, SI-1000 Ljubljana or by sending an e-mail at [email protected].
Date of publication of the Accessibility Statement: 21 October 2021.
Last update of the Accessibility Statement: 20 April 2023.