Web Accessibility

The standards used today to develop websites have been met: HTML 5.2 and CSS 2.1.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 have been applied to ensure maximum accessibility. Some of the aspects that have been taken into account are:

  • Possibility to increase and decrease the font size.
  • The visual settings of greyscale, high contrast, negative contrast and light background have been enabled.
  • Se permite al usuario subrayar los enlaces de toda la web.
  • Separate content from presentation through the use of style sheets (CSS).
  • Structuring and labelling the content of pages correctly.
  • Use tags such as <ul> and <blockquote> according to their semantic meaning and never to format the text.
  • Do not use tables for page layout.
  • To create a layout using CSS and with a design that adapts to any screen resolution.
  • Use meaningful text in links.
  • Avoid low-contrast colour combinations, avoid conveying information through colour alone.
  • Avoid the use of frames.

All pages have a title (<title>) consisting of the title of the website and the title of the page to aid navigation and the correct storage of any page in the browser’s “favourites” or “bookmarks”. For example, the title of this page is Web Accessibility.

Last updated: 27/10/2022.

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