Access art publication
At art publication, we see the utmost importance in providing equitable service to all of our clients, including website users and therefore our company invests great efforts and resources to make the company's website accessible.
As part of these efforts, the site has accessibility components that include:
Access menu options:
For your convenience, explain the ways to browse the site using a keyboard:
Using Website View Enlargement - You can set the site view by simultaneously pressing the "Ctrl" and "+" keys. Ctrl "and" - "Change the size of the fonts on the site by clicking on the increase / decrease font buttons in the accessibility menu.
To operate the site using a keyboard - Users who have difficulty operating a mouse can browse the site using a keyboard. Pressing the Tab key will move between the various links on the page and pressing the Enter key will trigger the highlighted link.
It is important to note that despite our efforts to make all pages accessible on the site, parts of the site may not be accessible (whether originating on other sites and / or due to technological limitations). As part of our commitment to enable the use of our Company's website for all our clients, including persons with disabilities, we continue our efforts to maintain and improve the level of accessibility of the Website as much as possible, from the perspective of equal rights and equal opportunities for all users.
In spite of our difficulty, we would be pleased to receive any response, idea and suggestion regarding accessibility through a contact form. In order address the issue in the best way, please include as much detail as possible:
We will address the issue and get back to you as soon as possible.
The documents on the site are accessible. If you come across a document that is inaccessible and you need it in an accessible format, please send us a request using a contact form detailing which document you need and we will make it available to you.
While browsing the site, you may encounter a page or part that has not been sufficiently accessed.