Accessibility statement

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

Some of the WCAG 2.1 Content Accessibility guidelines and the annex structure of the UNE-EN 301 549:2022 standard have been applied to guarantee maximum accessibility. Some of the aspects that have been taken into account are:

  • Separate the content of the presentation by using different style sheets (CSS) applicable according to the needs of the user’s understanding.
  • Correctly structure and label the content of pages in a clear and simple way to improve readability.
  • The use of tags such as <ul> and <blockquote> according to their semantic meaning and never to format the text.
  • Avoid the use of tables for page layout, some of which could have been used for specific content.
  • Perform a layout through the use of CSS styles and through liquid design, adaptable and responsive to any screen resolution.
  • Placement of meaningful and explanatory text in the links.
  • The different style sheets will avoid low-contrast colour combinations, and the transmission of information through colour alone.
  • JavaScript has not been used on the access pages via the Settings options in the Accessibility Statement.
  • The use of <frames> frames has been avoided.

All pages have the <title> tag which includes the title of the website and the title of the page to aid and facilitate navigation and the correct storage of any page in the “favourites” or “bookmarks” of the browser used.

Access our Accessibility Configurator.