Seeking equality of opportunity in terms of information access, the website has been developed with a design following the World Wide Web-W3C Consortium’s international recommendations, and specifically its WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative), using standards laid down in its WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines). These aim to reduce barriers in terms of accessibility to website content. In accordance with these guidelines, our site has an AA accessibility level.

Accessibility guidelines

The following measures have been applied in order to make this website accessible:

  • Logical order of presenting on-screen elements
  • Simplified navigation system, with no dropdown menus
  • Descriptive texts for images
  • Keyboard access to all main options

Flexible design

The site’s presentation has been modified so that the user can adapt not only the text, but the whole website, to the viewing size required. To increase or decrease the size, follow these instructions:

  • With the keyboard: With Internet Explorer: press crtl / and using the mouse wheel. With Mozilla Firefox: crtl / + ‘+’ to increase. crtl / + ‘-’ to decrease.
  • Using your browser menu: ‘View’ menu ‘Text size’ submenu.


Most links whose text does not completely describe the destination have “title” attributes with a clarification.

There are no javascript pseudo-links: all links can be followed on any browser, even if javascript is deactivated.

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