The website uses responsive design which means it adapts to the size of the screen you open the website on. The website works well in modern browsers such as Safari, Chrome and Firefox.
Our aim for the website is to fully comply with the criteria in the WCAG2.1-AA standard (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) which are guidelines for accessibility adaptation set by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) and legal requirements for authorities and other public-law bodies. In addition, we also aim to follow the web guidelines from the Agency for Digital Government, DIGG.
The Swedish Internet Foundation has formulated a policy governing how your personal information is to be treated and protected. You should read it again the next time you visit our website to make sure you are up to date with the content of the policy.
The font size is relative on this website, which means the font can be larger or smaller depending on your needs. Usually, you can find information about this in your browser’s settings.
Internal links that lead to another webpage on this site opens in the same window. Links that lead to another website opens in a new tab. If you want to open an internal link in a new tab you can right click on the link and choose "open in new window" or "open in new tab".
In this website’s main menu there is a reading feature. When clicking the "Listen" button a reading of the content of the current page will start. At the same time the sentences are highlighted. This way you can follow the text while it is being read to you. You can pause or turn off the reading feature at any time.
Anyone who has difficulties navigating with a mouse on this website has the possibility to navigate by using the tab key. This feature works in most browsers, and you can go from link to link on the page by pressing tab. If you want to open a marked link, you can press the enter or return key. If you want to go back to an earlier marked link, you press the shift button at the same time as you press tab.
HTML5 is used for the content and the presentation is controlled via Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) 3. The website has been tested in the following browser versions:
- Firefox at Windows and Mac OS X
- Safari at Mac OS X
- Chrome at Windows and Mac OS X
Help us get better!
We continuously work on improving our webpages accessibility. If you should discover something that doesn’t work or if you think that some part is difficult to use – please contact us and tell us what’s not working. In that way we can improve the experience for you and others that visit our webpage.