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Accessibility

Our website, now more accessible

AENOR certified product seal. ICT Accessibility

This website has been designed and programmed according to international accessibility techniques and guidelines, which make its use possible for all types of users, including those with some type of disability.

Among the points taken into account in the scope of the site's accessibility, we would like to highlight the following:

  • Clarification of the destination of links or hyperlinks: Links offer details regarding the function or destination of the hyperlink and whether the information will be displayed in a new window.
  • Content Ownership Pages are structured with headers, nesting content and making it easier to understand.
  • Technical assistance for reading data tables: Data tables have header identifiers and other technical assistance for the easy interpretation of data by those reading the screen.
  • Breakdown display of website components: Allows font size to be selected to make reading the screen easier, scaling the website and all of its components. This does not apply to the infoEnergia service accessible from the customer area.
  • Correct site downgrading without style sheet: In the case that a user enters the website through a browser that does not support CSS, the structural framework allows for correct viewing of all content.

 

Informational hierarchy / Headers

Pages are structured with headers, nesting content and making it easier to understand.

 

Technology applied

  • Compliance with the W3C's (World Wide Web Consortium's) WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) at the AA level. Guidelines for Accessible Content in Web 1.0.0Level Double-A Validation Seal of Conformity with Web 1.0 Content Accessibility Guidelines.
  • The presentation is based on the Recommendation of the W3C regarding Cascading Style Sheets, Level 2 (CSS2). The recommended standard has been employed by using HTML code, verifying the transitional HTML 4.01 recommendations.
  • The recommended standard has been employed by using HTML code, verifying the transitional HTML 4.01 recommendations.

 

Browsers that do not support CSS

In the case that a user enters the website through a browser that does not support CSS, the structural framework allows for correct viewing of all content.

 

Data tables

Data tables have header identifiers and other technical assistance for the easy interpretation of data by those reading the screen. (tagged thead, tbody, th, td, and id attributes in order to identify headers).

 

Links

The website's links incorporate clarification of their destination and provide information about whether they will open in a new window.

 

Screen scaling and selection of font size

Allows font size to be selected to make reading the screen easier, scaling the website and all of its components.

 

Browser compatibility

In general is compatible with the current version and with the primary previous versions of Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer and Safari.

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