Accessibility statement

We do our best to make accessible to a very wide audience of people, regardless of the health condition of these people! superuborka strives to always adhere to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines ( WCAG 2.0, Level AA) published by the World Wide Web Consortium ( W3C ) managed by Tim Burns Lee and Dr. Jeff Jaffe on December 11, 2008 editors Ben Caldwell, Michael Cooper, Loretta Guarino Reed, Gregg Vanderheiden. These guidelines explain how to make web content on sites more accessible to people with a variety of visual impairments, hearing impairments, motor coordination, and so on. Compliance with these guidelines will help all of us make the Internet more convenient for all of us! While for we strive to adhere to all guidelines and standards to ensure that content is accessible to a wide range of users, this may not always be possible for all elements of the website, therefore we apologize in advance if you are not yet able to use our site, but we are currently working on fixing these issues! Keep in mind that due to the dynamic nature of the website, minor issues can sometimes arise as it is regularly updated and improved to increase its search engine rankings and you will more often find companies like our site useful to our world on the Internet! We are constantly looking for solutions that will bring all areas of the site to the same level of overall web accessibility, we believe that we will be able to implement all of this in the coming years, and possibly months!

If you have any comments and / or suggestions regarding improving the accessibility of our site, please contact our coordinator on this issue Stanislav Stanislavovich Velikoredchanin by e-mail Your feedback will help us make superuborka better for all of us! Thank you for your attention to our resource and our attempts to make the site better for all of us, we hope we have not wasted your and our time in vain!

Content available to people with poor vision, hearing, impaired movement coordination, and so on