WHAT IS ACCESSIBILITY?
Web accessibility indicates the ability to access the web and its content by the greatest number of people regardless of their browsing context or user disability.
By browsing context we mean devices, browsers, Internet connection speed, peripherals, browser or equipment configuration, environmental conditions, etc. Disability refers to visual, hearing, motor or cognitive impairments
Declaration of commitment
The website "www.norgestion.com" is firmly committed to the accessibility of its website and wishes its contents to reach the greatest number of users, regardless of their disability. To this end, it uses standard technologies established by the W3C and follows the WAI 1.0 Accessibility Guidelines. The use of web standards established by the W3C, such as XHTML 1.0 Transitional for valid semantic markup and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for the design, allow the website to be displayed correctly on different devices and platforms as well as printing its content appropriately. If you have any questions, suggestions or problems regarding the accessibility of this website, please contact us by email: email@example.com
The NORGESTION website satisfies the following points:
Conformance to W3C WCAG 1.0 Level "AA".
It states that it conforms to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 with the Double-A level. Its link leads to the explanation of accessibility levels and use of its icons.
It declares that the XHTML version 1.0 Strict language has been used correctly and its syntax adheres to the grammar of that language. Its link leads to the W3C validator.
Declares that the syntax of the style sheets used is correct. Its link leads to the W3C cascading style sheet validator.
Variable font size
Relative units have been used in the design of the pages of this website, for example in the size of the text. The pages are displayed correctly in any resolution and the user can vary the size of the text if this option is available.
The user can find an index of the pages of the website via the site map.
The user will always know which section/subsection he/she is in thanks to the navigation path that can be found at the top of the page.