Through its work, the e-accessibility association is involved in a civic approach and undertakes to provide an accessible website conforming to international WCAG 2.0 accessibility guidelines.
- Accessibility policy
- Compatibility with browsers
- Navigation principles
- Text size
- PDF documents to download
This website has been designed in accordance with the Web standards defined by W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), in particular directives for accessibility to Web content enacted by the WAI initiative (Web Accessibility Initiative). Thanks to this, this site is accessible to all users, including senior citizens and disabled people.
A website which conforms to accessibility standards is of benefit to all web surfers. Below are just some of the advantages:
- the site’s content is logical and structured
- the pages are generally displayed 30 to 80% quicker
- the website is independent of the web browser used
Compatibility with browsers
This website is compatible with all recent browsers supporting HTML 4.01 and CSS 2 and complies with XHTML and CSS vocabulary and grammar recommended by W3C.
Consequently, this website is at its very best when used with latest generation browsers but remains accessible to older browsers.
It is recommended that the following browsers be used:
- On Mac.OS.X (Macintosh operating system 10) : Opera, Safari, Mozilla Firefox
- On Windows : Mozilla Firefox, Opera, Internet Explorer 6, HPR (Home Page Reader) 3.0
- On Linux : Mozilla Firefox, Opera
You will find the following navigation elements on all the website’s pages:
- the e-accessibility le logo nables you to return to the home page from the website’s internal pages
- the main menu shows the website’s main content and content families
- priority links: at the top of the Help page, and at the bottom of the Who we are, Contact, Sitemap, Legal notice pages
- the tree structure enables you to know on which page you are and to move quickly to a higher level of navigation
- quick access links, particulary useful for the blind, are also present on each of the website’s pages: go to content, scan the menu pointing to the tree structure
Small fonts may make it difficult for some users to read the Internet. This website enables you to enlarge or reduce the size of the text easily by using the T+/T- buttons found on the page headers.
If you have a mouse with a scroll wheel, most browsers also allow you to enlarge or reduce the size of text by combining the scroll wheel and a keyboard button:
- Windows : Ctrl + mouse scroll wheel
- Mac : Apple + mouse scroll wheel
PDF documents to download
On this website, you will find downloadable accessible PDF documents. To read PDF documents, you must download Acrobat Reader.
Or you can convert PDF files into standard HTML format by using the Adobe online conversion engine; just copy the link’s address to the PDF file and paste it in the field provided for this purpose via the Adobe online conversion tool.