This page describes how well opera.se fullfils the legal requirements for accessible digital public services, lists known faults in regards to accessibility, and how you can report accessibility errors and shortcomings so that we may correct them.
How accessible is this website?
We are aware that some parts of this website are not fully accessible. See below under the heading “Content that is not fully accessible” for more details.
What can you do if there are parts of this website that you are unable to use?
If you need some content from opera.se which is not yet accessible, please let us know that you need the information in an alternative format. You can also send email to firstname.lastname@example.org, the response time is usually 3 business days.
Report shortcomings in this website’s accessibility
We are always working to improve the accessibility of this website. If you discover a problem which is not listed below, or if you believe that we are not upholding the requirements of the law, inform us of these problems so that we are made aware of them, and can correct them.
Contact the regulatory authority
The Agency for Digital Government (DIGG) is the regulatory agency for the law of accessibility for digital public services. If you are not satisfied with how we handle your feedback, you can contact the Agency for Digital Government (Myndigheten för digital förvaltning) and inform them.
Technical information about accessibility on this website
This website is has been developed with the law for digital accessibility in mind, but some elements of the website are as yet not fully accessible. These elements are described below. Known accessibility errors are improved continually.
Content that is not fully accessible
Accessibility problems with text, images, video and documents
- There are images which are missing alternative (ALT) text.
- Several video files do not have subtitles.
- Video files do not have audio descriptions available.
- Some digital documents are not able to be read with assistive technologies.
- Some links do not have a title and therefore do not have a clear enough purpose.
Elements which have coding which hinders navigation for those using assistive technologies
- Some navigation using the keyboard is made more difficult by a bug not allowing the user to skip past the main menu on several pages
Our ambition is to have fixed the current accessibility problems by 31 December 2024.
How we have tested the website
Periodic controls of this website's accessibility are carried out with the help of external consultants, internal expertise and automatic testing.
The website was published on 23 January 2021.
The last evaluation was carried out on 13 November 2023. Read the report here
This page was updated on 13 November 2023.