Website Construction

The Opera and Disability website provides markup for screen reader accessibility following WCAG 2.0 standards. It includes keyboard navigation, aria labels and focus control. It also includes the UserWay Website Accessibility Widget, which is powered by a dedicated accessibility server, and allows Opera and Disability to improve our compliance with WCAG 2.1 guidelines. We regard this widget as an addition to, and not a replacement for, person-driven best practices of design, testing, and remediation.

Our website’s accessibility menu can be enabled by clicking the accessibility menu icon (a round icon showing a human with outstretched arms), which appears on the corner of the page. After triggering the accessibility menu, please wait a moment for the accessibility menu to load fully.

Image Descriptions

All images on the Opera and Disability website include alt text and image descriptions. We invite all photo subjects to provide their own visual description (or feedback on existing image descriptions), to ensure they’re represented in the way they wish.

Here for You

We recognize that accessibility is a continuum, and thus a continuous work in progress. As such, some website content may not yet be fully adapted to the most intuitive accessibility standards. If you identify an accessibility issue, or if you have questions or wish to provide feedback, we encourage you to get in touch anytime.

Blue universal accessibility symbol with a white icon of a person with arms spread wide, inside a blue circle
Universal accessibility symbol, featuring a blue circle containing a white icon of a person with arms spread wide. Image: Wikimedia Commons