An accessible website is a website that allows people with disabilities and older people to surf with the same level of efficiency and enjoyment as all full-time surfers.
About 20 to 25 percent of the population has difficulty using the Internet and may benefit from more accessible Internet content, according to a 2003 study by Microsoft.
Ruth and Rubel believe in and work for equal opportunities in the Internet space for people with various disabilities and / or who are assisted by assistive technologies for the use of computers.
This site meets the requirements of the Equal Rights for Persons with Disabilities (Accessibility Adjustments to the Service) Regulations, 2013.
The site complies with the recommendations of the Israeli standard (TI 5568) for accessibility of content on the Internet at AA level and the recommendations of the WCAG2.0 document by the W3C organization.
Also, suitable for display in common browsers and for use on the cellular phone.
Corrections made on the site
Strict accessibility adjustments have been made on this site, including semantic and informative implementation for assistive technologies, setting navigation and operation with a keyboard only according to the recommendations of the International Network Organization (W3C), color adjustments and adding auxiliary labels and instructions in the forms for all surfers. For the best browsing experience with screen reading software, we recommend using the latest NVDA software.
Some of the things done on the site
We have added an accessibility component, the component allows control of font sizes, block bypass, guiding texts for nvda and jaws screen reader, keyboard navigation that makes it easy to browse the site without using a mouse, adjustments to the site’s compatibility for browsing with nvda and jaws screen reader, creating ease of viewing On the site in black and white / color contrast, block animation and any component moving on the site, highlight links.
For the best browsing experience with screen reading software, we recommend using the latest NVDA software 2018.4.1.
If you need a document that appears on the website and it is not accessible enough, please contact us with a specific link and we will take care of it as soon as possible.
If you find a component or page that is not accessible on the site, we will be happy if you contact us and we will take care of addressing the problem as soon as possible.
Contacting the person in charge of the accessibility area in our company
If while browsing the site you encounter an accessibility issue we will be happy if you report it to us and we will make sure to fix it soon.
Name: Einat Bracha
Email: [email protected]/en
This statement was last updated on 05.12.2021