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Accessibility statement

ddesigns-shop.com works with the aim of enabling the provision of the services it provides to the general public and has placed the issue of accessibility for people with disabilities as a leading central goal in its activity.

We see people with disabilities as people with equal rights, who are entitled to enjoy full accessibility to our services and to be an integral part of the social and public fabric.

Website accessibility:

The ddesigns-shop.com website has been accessed in accordance with the service accessibility regulations section 35 regarding website accessibility, and in accordance with the Israeli standard (T5568) for website accessibility at AA accessibility level.

All pages on this site are written in proper CSS3, HTML5, PHP, and JS code. Writing proper code ensures proper work of browsing tools used by people with disabilities.

Using the accessibility component:
The enable accessibility plugin is embedded on this website, which helps make the website accessible to people with disabilities.

Menu user guide:

The site adjustment button and site tags for assistive devices and technologies for people with disabilities
Button to enable navigation using the keyboard keys between the links on the site
The button to disable the flickering and/or moving elements on the screen
Black and white monochrome mode enable button for the color blind
sepia button (brown shade)
High contrast toggle button
Black and yellow button
Color invert button
A button that clearly highlights all the title tags that appear on the site
A button that clearly highlights all the links that appear on the site
A button that displays the alternative description of all the images that appear on the website on mouseover
A button that displays a permanent description of the photos on the site
A button to cancel using a legible font
Button to increase the font size on the site
The button to reduce the size of the fonts on the site
Button to increase the entire display to about 200%
button to reduce the entire display to about 70%
Mouse cursor increase button
Button to increase the mouse cursor and change its color to black
Site reading mode button
A button that displays the accessibility statement
A reset button that cancels accessibility
Send accessibility feedback button
Button to change the language of the bar and the accessibility statement accordingly

The accessibility bar has 2 types of magnification for your convenience, but if you want to enlarge the letters even more, you can use the following keyboard functions:

The Esc key will open and close the accessibility bar
The Ctrl + key will enlarge the text on the site
Ctrl key - will reduce the text on the site
The Ctrl 0 key will return the site to its original size
Space key (SPACE) will take the site down.
The F11 key will enlarge the screen to full size - another press will reduce it back.
For the avoidance of doubt:

We are committed to making our sites accessible to all people, able-bodied and disabled.
On this site you can find the technology that suits your needs.
This site is a site usable by the entire population for the most part and with maximum effort.
You may find elements that are not accessible because they have not yet been accessed or no suitable technology has been found, and we guarantee that every effort is made to improve and make it accessible at a high level and without compromise.
If you encountered difficulty browsing the site and viewing our content, we apologize and would be very happy if you would draw our attention to this.

If while browsing the site you encountered a difficulty regarding accessibility, the company's accessibility team is at your disposal in a variety of channels for inquiries regarding accessibility issues, we will be happy to receive your feedback.

Details of the accessibility coordinator in the company:
ddesigns061@gmail.com

We continue our efforts to improve the site's accessibility, as much as possible, and this out of faith and moral obligation to allow the use of the site for the entire population, including people with disabilities.