We do our best to ensure that all content on ssb.no is accessible to everyone, regardless of any disabilities.
The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) define requirements for designers and developers of web content to improve accessibility for people with disabilities. The guidelines define three levels of conformance: Level A, Level AA and Level AAA. The minimum requirements in WCAG 2.0 can be found on the Norwegian Digitalisation Agency’s website.
Ssb.no partially conforms to WCAG 2.1 level AA. Partial conformance means that some of the content does not fully conform to the accessibility standard.
Limitations and non-conformance
There are some limitations to our pages. The list below describes known issues and an indication of when they will be resolved. Feel free to contact us if you find an issue that is not included in the list.
Known limitations of ssb.no
- Appendices in some articles do not have a unique ID. This can cause problems for screen readers.
- The share function on some pages does not have a unique ID. This can cause problems for screen readers.
- Many of the tables on the website have an empty header. This can be confusing for users who navigate using a keyboard or use a screen reader.
- The contrast is poor in some tabs for archives and tables in old statistics releases.
- PDFs on the website do not have tags on the page title or language.
- The contrast is too low on the key figure denominations on some statistics pages.
Statistics Norway uses the following methods to evaluate the accessibility of ssb.no:
- Internal assessments
- Automated tools, such as Siteimprove, Wave and Lighthouse
- Testing content among users with and without disabilities
Give us feedback
Do you want to report errors or omissions on the website that prevent you from accessing content?
Is something not working properly, or is the language difficult to understand? Is functionality impaired, or is content missing?
You can give us feedback here on the accessibility of ssb.no (external link to Enalyzer).
The division for user insight and web development is responsible for feedback. Reports of errors related to universal design are dealt with by this section as soon as they are received. The errors are either corrected promptly, or other options are offered for accessing the information on the website.
Complaints of absence of universal design in ICT
Complaints about any lack of universal design in ICT must be submitted to the Equality and Anti-Discrimination Tribunal, with whom the right for individuals to lodge a complaint rests, see section 7 of the Equality and Anti-Discrimination Ombud Act.