Domeinenrz.nl wants this website to be accessible to all. If you nevertheless come across a page that is not accessible, you may report this to us.
What is an accessible website?
An accessible website can be used by all target audiences. That is why government websites must meet functional, technical and editorial accessibility requirements. (displayed in Dutch)
We guarantee proper accessibility by taking several measures in our processes:
- Accessibility by design: accessibility is part of all steps in the design, construction and editorial process of our website from the start.
- Testing: independent experts regularly test the website and its components for accessibility. This covers both the functional and technical components and the editorial aspects. We sustainably resolve any bottlenecks found.
- Knowledge of employees: our employees keep their knowledge of accessibility up to date and apply this knowledge where necessary.
The online catalogues of Domeinen Roerende Zaken cannot meet the accessibility requirements.
The reason for this is that the content of the online catalogues changes monthly due to a varying sales offer.
Parts for which the website does not comply
- On all pages with the exception of the homepage, the logo at the top is a link back to the homepage. Also the logo on the homepage has a different text alternative than the logo on the other pages. DRZ does not adjust this.
- On the homepage there is a video in the national government video player. Only the logo at the end of the video shows that the video comes from the national government. DRZ does not adjust this.
Reporting accessibility problems
Do you have any questions or comments? Or do you wish to use a page that turns out not to be accessible?
Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.