Have been applied accessibility guidelines recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to reach a minimum level of WAI -AA ( WCAG 1.0 ).
Accessibility has been one of the priorities in the development of this website. The application of accessibility guidelines ensures universal and equitable access to information enabling all users regardless of the device they use or their psychophysical condition, navigate and browse the site.
Apart from the initial application of accessibility guidelines in the development are planned a series of improvements that we hope will be useful to all users. In addition, we would like to know about any problems that users have encountered when interacting or access content.
To improve visualization of the contents have been used mainly sources with a minimum of 12px. In addition, all texts are resizable by varying the configuration or display mode each browser.
For ease of viewing the website on a wide range of browsers and devices the site has been developed following the standards set by the W3C.
It has separate content from presentation using CSS. In addition, all documents have been structured so as to be clearly legible in devices without CSS support.
Improvements in development:
We understand that accessibility should be reviewed and improved continuously. Thus we have developed a scheduling and maintenance improvement:
- Periodic review of content.
- Improve compatibility with all types of browsers and devices.
- Development of a style sheet that allows viewing the site in high contrast.