Web accessibility refers to the possibility of access to the web and its contents by all people, regardless of the disabilities (physical, intellectual or technical) that may arise or from those that derive from the context of use (technological or environmental).
When websites are designed with accessibility in mind, all users can access content in equal conditions, for example:
To be able to navigate through this website in an accessible way, a group of quick access keys has been programmed that gather the main sections of general interest in which the site is organized.
Depending on the operating system and the browser used, the key combination will be as follows:
|Explorer||ALT + shortcut then ENTER|
|Firefox||ALT + CAPS + shortcut|
|Chrome||ALT + shortcut (CTRL + ALT + shortcuts for MAC)|
|Safari||ALT + shortcut (CMD + shortcut for MAC)|
|Opera||CAPS + ESC + shortcut|
The accessible design of this website allows the user to choose the size of the text that suits them. This action can be carried out in different ways depending on the browser used.
|Browser||Action to be taken|
|Explorer||View > Text size|
|Firefox||View > Size|
|Chrome||Settings (icon) > Options > Advanced > Web Content > Text size|
|Safari||View > Zoom In/Zoom out|
|Opera||View > scale|
Another way to modify the text size is to use the keyboard shortcuts defined in browsers, in particular the key combination:
All pages of this website comply with the Accessibility Guidelines or General Principles of Accessible Design established by the Working Group WAI belonging to W3C.