What is accessibility?
Web accessibility indicates the ability to access the web and its content by the greatest number of people, regardless of their navigation context or physical disability.
By “navigation context” we mean devices, browsers, Internet connection speed, preferences, browser or computer configuration, environmental conditions, etc.
Declaration of Commitment
We have created a Web site guaranteeing content accessibility compliant to the Accessibility Guidelines established by the Working Group WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative), part of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
The use of Web standards established by the W3C, such as XHTML 1.0 Transitional for valid semantic markup and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for design, permits correct viewing of the website on different devices and platforms, as well as the appropriate printing of its content.
If you have any questions, suggestions, or problems with respect to our Web site, please contact us by sending an email to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
The web site www.bicgipuzkoa.eus satisfies the following points according to the most recent review on 09/09/08:
Compliance with Level “AA” of W3C WCAG 1.0
Declares that it complies with the Accessibility Guidelines for Web Content 1.0 at DoubleA level. The link leads to an explanation of the levels of accessibility and the use of icons.
Declares that the XHTML Version 1.0 Strict language has been used correctly and that its syntax follows the grammar of that language. The link carries the W3C validator.
Declares that the syntax of the style sheets used is correct. The link carries the W3C cascading style sheet validator.
Variable font size
In the design of the pages of this web site, relative units have been used, such as, for instance, in the size of the texts. The pages can be visualized correctly at any resolution and the user can vary the size of the text if this option is available.
The user can find an index of the web site pages in the site map.
Users will always know what section/subsection they are in thanks to the browser route which they can find at the top of the page.
Shortcut keys provide ease of use both for browsing and for access to contents. To use these keys, and depending on the operating system used, there are the following combinations of keys:
- Internet Explorer 4.0, Netscape, Mozilla, Firefox: ALT + Keyboard shortcut key
- More recent versions than Internet Explorer 5: ALT + Keyboard shortcut key + ENTER