The Múzeum mesta Bratislavy website presentation shows information regarding the performance of public administration in such a way that even people with disabilities are able to access it to the necessary extent. The website highly complies with the requirements of Decree No. 64/2008 Coll., on the form of publishing information related to public administration on websites for disabled people (Accessibility Decree).
The site uses Java Script and CSS add-ons. Even without these add-ons, the site can be managed in a standard way and is fully operational.
Adobe Flash technology can be used for ads and captions.
The website may also publish information in other than web formats. The reason for this is the fact that such documents either contain typographic elements and formatting that is not supported by the HTML 4.01 Transitional web format, or is too large, and it is advisable to download them. Such documents show their document type and size in kB in square brackets.
To view these documents you can, for example, use the following free browsers downloadable from the Internet:
All sites of the web presentation offer navigation which, among other things, enables skipping individual main blocks. The CSS add-on hides these links, but they appear when browsing the navigation using the keyboard.
A part of the navigation is also a website map. Most pages also have a search form.
The following browsers are always supported, at least in their current and previous version:
The Navigation menu includes, among other things, the “Turn Off/On Graphics” link. The link may be useful for slow Internet connections or less common devices with insufficient CSS support. For cookies support, it retains the last selected information.
When printing the site, the output device receives a version without any unnecessary colours and decorative graphics, largely using basic formatting embedded in browsers, slightly modified to the final version by the CSS add-on. After selecting “Print” in the Navigation menu, the CSS add-on optionally excludes the printing of parts of the site that have no reason to be printed (menu, forms, etc.). The option requires Java Script support, otherwise only the meaningful content is printed without any other option.
To be able to successfully use the services offered by this website, in some cases we need to process the personal data of users.
Such processing is subject to Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), also known as the “GDPR”.
We only process personal data for the purposes described below. We do not process personal (or any other) data for the purpose of targeted goods or services marketing. We do not sell or provide personal data to any third party. We consider the consent to be valid until it is withdrawn – see below.
For you to be able to subscribe to our e-mail newsletter (subscriber system). we need to know your e-mail address. We do not publicly disclose this information and it only serves for the purpose of sending newsletter e-mails.
When adding a post in the discussion forum or the application for reporting faults and deficiencies, we process your e-mail address. We do not publicly disclose this information and it only serves as an anti-spam measure, as well as a contact for answering to your post.
When submitting web forms on this website, we store your e-mail address as a contact for responses. We do not publicly disclose this information.
Web forms may require additional personal information for their successful submission. In such cases, we only process this data for the purpose of the form evaluation and do not publicly disclose it.
In case you wish to withdraw your consent to personal data processing, please continue here.
The administrator of the personal data is Múzeum mesta Bratislavy.
The processor is WEBHOUSE, s.r.o..
In accordance with the law, this website stores files on your device, generally known as cookies.
Cookies are small data files which enable the visited websites to remember your actions and settings, so you do not have to re-enter them there. Cookies do not pose a threat, but they are important for privacy protection. Cookies can neither be used to identify website visitors nor to misuse login credentials.
We also use third-party cookies (e.g. Google Analytics for Traffic Analysis). These cookies are managed by third parties and we do not have reading or writing access to the data.
If you have any questions about the aforementioned information, please contact the website administrator or WEBHOUSE, s.r.o., the vendor of the vismo Online® content management system and technologies, which allows the operation of this website.
WEBHOUSE, s.r.o., Brněnská 602/26, 586 01 Jihlava, Česká republika, tel. +420 561 207 247, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, web www.webhouse.cz