This accessibility statement applies to the website of the transfer service for lists of shares in the Residential and Commercial Property Information System. NLS specialists have assessed the compliance of the website with accessibility requirements. The statement was revised on 7 April 2020.
Accessibility requirements are largely fulfilled
It was stated that the website largely fulfils accessibility requirements and that there are no critical accessibility flaws.
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 what WCAG section is not fulfilled at the website.
Significant issues in perceivability
- Link colours do not stand out sufficiently from the surrounding text. WCAG 1.4.1
- The PDF documents produced by the website, such as lists of shares, are not accessible.
Moderate and minor issues in perceivability
- The website includes help texts, and understanding them requires that users can see the website and the symbols used. If the website is used with a screen reader, the help texts are partly in conflict with the alternative texts of symbols. WCAG 1.1.1
- The website includes pages, on which texts overlap with other elements when the text is enlarged to 175% or more. WCAG 1.4.4
Significant issues in operability
- The page includes image links, whose alternative text is “Edit” or “Read more”. If the website is used with a screen reader, it may be unclear what content the “Edit” or “Read more” image link refers to. WCAG 2.4.4
Moderate and minor issues in operability
- Some messages are only displayed briefly. WCAG 2.2.1
- Sessions include a timeout feature, which cannot be adjusted. WCAG 2.2.1
Correction plan for the website
The aforementioned issues discovered at the website will be corrected as soon as possible, by 31 December 2020 at the latest.
On the basis of feedback received from a customer on 27 May 2020, it was discovered that some error messages are only shown in English. The feedback was processed on 17 June 2020, and the issue will be corrected by 30 October 2020.