This website has been created to facilitate universal access.

Work has been carried out to adapt the website to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) guidelines in order to remove barriers which prevent the right of any person to access information and communication:

  • XHTML language has been used, taking into account semantics in order to help non visual browsers access the content
  • The presentation is based on CSS to adapt content to each browser (whether it is a desktop browser, a PDA or a page print-out)
  • The font size and colours can be modified with browser tools to adapt them for people with visual difficulties
  • There are alternative descriptions of images.

 

Necessary software

As well as web accessibility standards, XHTML 1.0 has been used to show the content and cascading style sheets (CSS) for the design. Proprietary technology has been avoided which conditions the use of determined devices and browsers. The standards used guarantee access to information from all browsing devices that meet the standards and recommendations of the W3C.