We have updated the Intercat website in order to make it more accessible, in line with the recommendations adopted by the World Wide Web Consortium - W3C for the removal of obstacles that prevent any individual from exercising their right to access information and communication.
- Use of XHTML code, which means that standard documents can be created within a clear structure.
- Positioning of content using CSS, without tables. Semantic structure of the code. Screen readers for visually impaired and blind users read the document in a logical order.
- Type size and colours can be changed using the browser tools in order to adapt them for users with visual problems.
- Alternative descriptions for images.
The improvements in accessibility that have been implemented are explained below.
How to browse without using the mouse. Keyboard shortcuts
A series of key combinations has been devised to make browsing through the most common content easier without having to use the mouse. Speed, convenience and accessibility for the visually impaired or those with motor difficulties are some of the advantages of these keyboard commands.
The options defined are combined with other keys depending on the browser:
- 0: Access to the page on accessibility
- 1: Access to the home page
- 2: Direct access to the content of the page
- 5: Access to the site map
- 9: Access to the contact page
To allow users to scan the links on the page, we have tried to ensure that the links make sense out of context.
This website has several style sheets so that users can select the colour combination that they prefer and the size of text and arrangement on the screen that is most suitable for their vision.
If you use Opera or Firefox you will find alternative colour combinations in the "View" menu in the "Page style" option. If not, you can activate these style sheets using the links below: