The pages of this website have been designed and revised according to the guidelines set out in the W3C WAI document 'Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0'.
The aim of these guidelines is to make the information available on the Internet accessible to everyone. The main measures adopted include:
The language used for the contents and their structure is XHTML 1.0, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are used to arrange the components and present them graphically. All the pages are XHTML 1.0 and CSS 1.0 validated.
All the images come with a brief description via the alt attribute.
All the links come with a description via the title attribute.
All the texts are provided in relative font sizes, which allow users to control their size via the browser they are using.
The visual design of the pages that make up this website employs Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and CSS layers. This means that the contents are separate from their presentation and users may, if they wish, disable style sheets on their browser and still browse the information itself.
This website has been validated using TAW and the W3C Markup Validation Service.
The level of accessibility attained is A, with compliance with certain AA-level requirements.
Should you have any difficulty accessing the contents when browsing or detect non-compliance with any of the WAI guideline checkpoints, please inform us as soon as possible via Contact.