This accessibility statement applies to the RemoteSensing.fi website. NLS specialists have assessed the website’s compliance with accessibility requirements. The statement was revised on 7 October 2021.
The website is not yet fully compliant with accessibility requirements
The accessibility of the website was assessed on 12 August 2021. The assessment found that the website does not yet meet all the accessibility requirements.
The accessibility issues discovered during the assessment are listed below. The findings are based on Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1. The number and link provided after each finding indicates which WCAG section is not yet fulfilled at the website.
Significant issues in perceivability
- It may be difficult to distinguish links from the body text in embedded Twitter feeds. WCAG 1.4.1
Moderate and minor issues in perceivability
- The subtitling of the presentation video on the front page does not fully correspond with the audio. WCAG 1.2.2
- The website includes a few blank title and list elements that assistive technologies may transmit to users. WCAG 1.3.1
- It may be difficult to distinguish certain icons from the white background in embedded Twitter feeds. WCAG 01/04/2011
Significant issues in operability
- Alternative texts are missing from the logos that act as links in the header. WCAG 2.4.4
- Alternative texts are missing from icons that act as links in embedded Twitter feeds. WCAG 2.4.4
- The keyboard focus is hidden on the entire website. WCAG 2.4.7
Moderate and minor issues in operability
- In the “Projektit” section, the keyboard focus does not proceed in a logical order. WCAG 2.4.3
Significant issues in understandability
- The website language has been defined to be Finnish, even though most content is in English. WCAG 3.1.1
Moderate and minor issues in robustness
- The website code does not fully correspond with the HTML5 standard. WCAG 4.1.1
Plan on correcting the website
The aforementioned issues discovered on the website will be corrected as soon as possible, by 31 October 2021 at the latest.