Accessibility



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The website www.assignia.com was created and revised to make it accessible to the majority of the main current browsers, pursuant to the guidelines defined in the document, 'Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0', based on the WAI working group of W3C.


These guidelines aim to facilitate access to the information offered via the Internet to all citizens. The main measures adopted include the following:


Standards


XHTML 1.0 transitional is the language used for the content and structure, and to make the elements available and display them graphically CSS sheets were used. All pages have been validated as XHTML 1.0 transitional and the style sheets as CSS 2.1


Images


All images contain a brief description via the attribute alt.


Links


All links contain a description via the attribute title.


Font Size


The fonts used have relative dimensions which enable the user to control its size from the browser he/she is using.


Shortcut keys


Provide fast and direct access to the main sections. The following lists the main shortcuts available on the website:


  •    1: Go to home page
  •    2: Go to criminal section
  •    3: Go to civil section
  •    4: Go to contact section

The method for activating the shortcut keys depends on the browser. The most frequent are:


  •    Internet Explorer: ALT + letter + ENTER
  •    Firefox: ALT + SHIFT + letter
  •    Netscape: ALT + letter
  •    Opera: SHIFT + ESC + letter



Browsing


The website enables coherent navigation by maintaining the same structure on all of its pages:


  •    A main horizontal menu on all of the pages with links to the main sections of the website.
  •    Tabs along the top, to the right, showing the four languages the website can be viewed in.
  •    A submenu along the bottom, on the right hand side, containing the secondary sections, such as the site map, legal notice, accessibility and privacy policy.


Design


This website uses CSS sheets and layers for the visual design of its pages. The content can therefore be independent of the presentation and the users that desire it can browse information and deactivate the downloading of style pages in their browser.


Level of accessibility


The www.assignia.com website was validated using the TAW tools and W3C Markup Validation Service.


The level of accessibility reached is simple A (A) in automatic mode.


The icons that appear on this page are used to certify that the website design fulfils the above-mentioned accessibility requirements.


  •    Conformity with the W3C specifications for the XHTML version 1.0. transitional language.
  •    Conformity with the syntax specified by W3C for CSS 2.1. style sheets.
  •    Conformity with the Accessibility Guidelines for Web Content 1.0, with double A level, in automatic mode pursuant to the WAI.