Our web pages are laid out for easy navigation by visitors using screen readers. We have used semantic HTML5 tagging to differentiate between content headings, sections, tables, form fields, and other format features. In addition, website guests can now use the left and right arrow buttons on their keyboard like a mouse to navigate and interact with menu items onscreen. These layouts have been designed to ensure all visitors who require assistive technology can use our website with ease.
We consider accessibility of design as a key part of the creation process, even when our web pages are rich with content, images, and functionality. As such, all content is designed to be easily readable.
Wherever we use images on the site, screen readers can find a text-based alternative in the alternate text content.
Most modern browsers support zooming. This allows users to increase or decrease the size of the page content without losing any functionality. As such, visitors will be able to zoom-in or zoom-out of Henkel’s web pages, when needed.
Most of our web pages can be utilized with only tab-based keyboard or keyboard emulators for easier navigation.
Our web pages will render correctly on up-to-date versions of most major browsers, including Microsoft Edge, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Google Chrome.
Here at Henkel, we are working towards making all content that appears on our site accessible.
Since some of our web pages do use third-party components, we encourage our vendors to also provide content that is accessible and user friendly.
While some content may not be fully accessible yet, we have identified this as a primary focus for all future web pages and are working hard to make our site better for all our visitors.