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Web Accessibility

Our goal is for to be 100% accessible to guarantee equal access and web opportunities for all people.

Web accessibility (World Wide Web, with its acronym WWW) encompasses all disabilities that affect access to the web: auditory, cognitive, neurological, physical, speech and visual.

  • Keyboard only navigation.

  • Accessible to screen readers.

  • Respect the "reduce movements" option.

  • Zoom accessible.

It is essential that the web is accessible to people with different abilities and useful to anyone in a wide variety of situations. Building the accessible web benefits both people, companies and society in general.

Access to information and communication technologies, including the web, is defined as a basic human right in the "United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, December 13, 2006 (UN CRPD)."

This is also an important factor for web positioning (SEO, for Search Engine Optimization) on the Internet (Google) that improves the visibility of organically accessible websites , according to a certain search criteria.

Send us suggestions to improve web accessibility to:

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