What browsers, and what versions of browsers are certified for Alma?
Does Alma support responsive web design?
Ex Libris’ browser certification policy is based on industry usage statistics (W3C). When selecting the new technology we verified to use the best solution to ensure the design is accessible. We chose to use Angular and HTML5 technology for responsive design, to provide with perfect adjusted design to fit all devices resolution and provide the best “on the go” experience.
As Alma is a fully browser based system it is possible to use the product on devices (Smartphones and Tablet) for flexible working practices. In addition staff user have access to the Alma Mobile App, which allows users to operate daily library activities. Librarians can perform fulfillment activities on the go, even scanning item barcodes to register in-house use from anywhere in the library. Built on a flexible advanced mobile‑application framework, Alma Mobile will grow to include more features, such as work-order processing, item returns, the creation and processing of sets, inventory management, and even mobile analytics.
Does Alma rely on icons for navigation and information?
Can Alma be used on mobile devices?
How does staff interact with Alma - are there any browser or device dependencies?
Is Alma ADA Compliant?
- HTML Standards and Accessibility
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional
- WCAG 2.0 Guidelines Priority 2 (with exceptions)
- Section 508 (with exceptions)
- CSS 3
Does Alma comply with the UK Disability Discrimination Act?