- Web Accessibility
We abide by web accessibility policies so that all Internet users (including disabled and elderly people) can access and understand information provided on the website.
We provide Skip Navigation links to enable users to effectively use the page which has many repetitive links.
Title of Document (Title Tag)
All documents are provided with the title of document (< title >). The title of document succinctly and clearly describes the characteristics of a document.
Structuralization of Document
Documents use tags, such as heading (< h1 >~< h6 >), paragraph (< p >) and list (< ul >, < ol >, < dl >) so that logical and keyboard access is possible. Design elements are separated by using css, and contents are understandable even if style sheet is removed.
Non-text contents are provided with alternative text, and a figure image which is difficult to provide alternative text is provided with separate text information.
How to Use Keyboard
- Press Tab key to move to the next sentence
- Press Shift+Tab key to move to the previous sentence
- Press Enter key when selecting a menu or an item, or downloading an attached file
- Press Backspace (←) key to move to the previous page
We welcome your suggestions and opinions to improve web accessibility. Please feel free to give us your comments on our service if there is anything that needs improvement or any inconvenience.