The web accessibility of a website is the indicator of the ease with which it can be used, visited or accessed by any person, especially by those with a physical or cognitive impairment, whether temporary or permanent, or having difficulties due to technological or cultural limitations.
The use of dropdown menus has been avoided. In addition, it is possible to skip reading the menu to more easily access the content of each page.
Keyboard navigation of the most important menus and hyperlinks on the website has been enabled. To this end, a single letter has been assigned to each option.
The operation of the keyboard shortcuts on your computer depends on the web browser you are using.
Internet Explorer: ALT + letra +ENTER
Mozilla Firefox: ALT + letra
Safari: ALT + letra
Opera: MAYÚSCUALS + ESC + letra
Google Chrome: ALT + MAYÚSCULAS + letra
The visual text – known as anchor text – of a hyperlink describes by itself the destination of said hyperlink. This information is reinforced by means of the TITLE attribute, which is used to elaborate on and describe the hyperlink in more detail.
Most sequential text reading browsers (such as JAWS, Lynx or Opera) offer the possibility of drawing a list of the hyperlinks on a website. This is why a practice of descriptive links is essential.
All images on the website include detailed descriptions thereof. This is the information that sequential text browsers transmit to their users.
CSS style sheets
The content of the visual presentation of the website has been separated by means of style sheets. Thus, text readers naturally filter the content.