Accessibility

We will make further improvements on a regular basis. Should you notice any error or omission on any of our pages, or if you encounter a problem, we invite you to make comments and suggestions to improve the accessibility of our site.

What is the accessibility of a website?

The W3C, a standardization body established in 1994 to implement Web standards and ensure, in particular, universal accessibility to content, defines accessibility as: "Putting the Web and its services at the disposal of all individuals, regardless of their hardware or software, network infrastructure, mother tongue, culture, geographical location or physical capabilities. "

Example:
Accessibility of the Web enables people with disabilities to access information, education and culture. They can be blind people, for example, who use technical assistive devices (eg a Braille range) and software (for example, a text-to-speech software) to interpret the information content present on a client computer. persons with a disability.

Aids to navigation

Avoidance links are placed at the top of the page. They allow you to go directly to certain parts of the page.

The headrest allows you to return to the homepage with a simple click. The Breadcrumb trail allows you to go up in the tree.

Compliance with standards

Valid XHTML! The XHTML code conforms to the XHTML Specification. It is tested using the W3C HTML validator.

The CSS code conforms to the CSS2 Specification. It is tested using the W3C CSS Validator.

A known bug in the validator (linked to character encoding), however, prevents direct CSS validation from HTML files. The URLs to submit to the CSS validator are therefore those of the style sheets themselves.

If despite our efforts, errors were detected after validation, we thank you for informing us.

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