Declaration of Conformity (ZDSMA)

Accessibility Statement (ZDSMA)

The Institute for Promotion and Tourism “Turizem Grosuplje” undertakes to make the website accessible in accordance with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act and the EU Directive 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council.

This accessibility statement applies to the website, which is managed by the Institute for Promotion and Tourism “Turizem Grosuplje”.

The following system adjustments have been made to ensure accessibility:

      • Adjust font size and colour contrasts.

      • Responsive design or. adjusting the layout of content to fit the screen.

      • Keypad navigation.

      • Predictable website performance.

      • Different levels of addresses can be used.

      • Text replacement for photo descriptions, image descriptions.

    Level of compliance

    This website is partially compliant with the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Apps Act due to the exceptions listed below.

    Preparation of an accessibility statement

    This declaration was last reviewed on 17. 4. 2023.

    Feedback and contact information

    Please notify us of any instances where publications do not comply with the provisions of the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act and requests for information to be provided in an accessible format:

        • in writing by ordinary post to the Institute for Promotion and Tourism “Turizem Grosuplje”, Adamičeva cesta 15, 1290 Grosuplje or

        • call 01 78 625 74.

      Enforcement procedure

      Oversight of the implementation of the Law on Accessibility of Public Sector Websites and Mobile Applications:

      Ministry for Digital Transformation

      Inspectorate of the RS for the Information Society
      Tax Street 1
      1000 Ljubljana

      Telephone: 01 555 58 48


      Inaccessible content on the website

      Inaccessible content

      We continuously monitor the accessibility of and improve individual accessibility features on an ongoing basis. However, some of the content published does not meet all the accessibility requirements set out in the Accessibility of Websites and Mobile Applications Act.

      We have been able to improve individual accessibility elements and adapt them to the provisions of the DFIDMA where possible. However, some web content may not meet all accessibility requirements. It would be unwise, especially in view of the complexity of the content, to adapt them definitively to the requirements, in terms of a disproportionate financial and human resources burden.

      Examples of such content include:

          • scanned documents in PDF format,

          • software-generated documents (e.g. annual reports)

          • various complex data tables,

          • the pictorial material is not (fully) accompanied by alternative text,

          • videos are not subtitled, the control is not optimised and depends on other websites (e.g. YouTube).

        Last modified: 18.04.2023

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