This is the official statement about the availability of the www.ior.poznan.pl website:
Compliance with standards
The site meets W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG 2.0 guidelines at the AAA level.
The website complies with the guidelines and recommendations of the European Union included in the eEurope 2002 plan for public administration services.
The website is compatible with the HTML 4.01 standard.
Help in navigation
All pages contain a search window.
The reference texts are selected in such a way that, if possible, they are understood even outside the context of the sentence in which they occur.
All images and presentation graphics contain alt attributes with description. The site does not contain purely decorative images in HTML code.
Software related to availability
Intelligent Web Reader, screen reader for Windows
JAWS, a screen reader for Windows. A limited trial version is available.
Window-Eyes, a screen reader for Windows. The Polish version is provided by E.C.E.
Home Page Reader, another screen reader for Windows. Temporary demo versions are available.
Lynx, a free text browser recommended for blind users using Braille monitors.
Links, a free text browser recommended for users with low bandwidth connections.
Opera, a graphical browser with many features related to the availability of websites, such as text and graphics scaling, user styles, disabling downloading images from the site, etc. Free downloadable version; available on Windows, Macintosh, Linux and other operating systems.
The statement was based on the document http://www.mimas.ceti.pl/dia/ and may be disseminated on analogous basis.