YPSA is committed to making its electronic and information technologies accessible to individuals with disabilities. This website endeavours to conform to level A of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0.
- Screen reading software (NVDA, JAWS, TalkBack, VoiceOver) compatible.
- HTML5 landmark role with ARIA (Accessible Rich Internet Applications).
- Skip link (skip to deferent landmarks of the page). "skip to main content", "skip header" and "skip alphabetical navigation".
- Access keys. Access key "s" stands for activating or focusing Search field. Access key "r" stands for removing search result and focus search field. Access key "h" stands for activating homepage link.
- High Contrast and Low Contrast color theme switcher (High Contrast theme is for the people with low vision).
- Text size changer button (bigger text or font size helps people with low vision for flexible reading).
- "Liquid" and "Responsive" page layout.
- Title and alternative text for HTML elements.
- Heading level hierarchy.
The accesskey attribute specifies a shortcut key to activate/focus an element.
Note: The way of accessing the shortcut key is varying in different browsers:
|Internet Explorer||[Alt] + accesskey||N/A|
|Chrome||[Alt] + accesskey||[Alt] + accesskey||[Control] [Alt] + accesskey|
|Firefox||[Alt] [Shift] + accesskey||[Alt] [Shift] + accesskey||[Control] [Alt] + accesskey|
|Safari||[Alt] + accesskey||N/A||[Control] [Alt] + accesskey|
|Opera||Opera 15 or newer: [Alt] + accesskey
Opera 12.1 or older: [Shift] [Esc] + accesskey
However, in most browsers the shortcut can be set to another combination of keys.
Download Screen Reading Software
NVDA (NonVisual Desktop Access) (NVDA is a Freeware and Open source software and Bengali language included)
Google TalkBack (TalkBack comes pre-installed on most Android devices.)