The primary goal of this website is to ensure that all members of the public may browse its pages without encountering access difficulties. All persons, regardless of age, disability, browser features, or the environment in which they are accessing the website should be able to use it and understand its content.
The most important measures adopted to improve accessibility are:
- Use of the W3C standards.
- Use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for presentation of information.
- Alternative text in images.
- Links with details of function or hyperlink destiny.
- Access via shortcuts typed to the main options.
This page complies with the AA brand according to the Standard UNE 139803:2004 and with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 (WCAG 1.0) of the W3C, defined by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI).
Selection of visual styles
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) have been used in the web programming. If the browser or browser device is not compatible with style sheets the website will still be legible due to its structural markup.
Documents in PDF format
A considerable volume of information has been gathered in PDF documents (forms, printed sheets, appendixes, etc.). To view them a plug in that can be downloaded from the website of the software manufacturer is required: