Declaración de accesibilidad
Accessibility certificate document
This Certificate verifies that this site has been reviewed and tested by software developers and remediated to be meet standards set by the WCAG 2.1 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1) AA level. The Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) AA level covers a wide range of recommendations for making Web content more accessible.
The WCAG 2.1 AA level guidelines include specific details on how to develop accessible Web content. This statement certifies that specific techniques were met for the Success Criterion detailed by WCAG. As a result your content has been made accessible to a wider range of people with disabilities, including blindness and low vision, deafness and hearing loss, learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, limited movement, speech disabilities, photosensitivity and combinations of these. By implementing and adhering to these guidelines your site’s web content has also become more usable to users in general.
Compatibility with browsers and assistive technology
Our mission goal is to be able to support the widest array of browsers and assistive technologies as possible.
We have therefore invested efforts to support popular systems with high market share, including Chrome, Firefox, edge, Opera and Safari VoiceOver on a MAC. We have also addressed JAWS and NVDA assistive technologies for Windows and MAC.
This site used 11 widgets.
|Links to WCAG 2.1 criteria
|Shortcut Menu (Bypass Blocks)
|Provides a navigation menu at the top of each page that leads directly to main page areas
|Igonring or hiding unnecessary elements from tabindex sequence
|Sets HTML attributes to elements, includes ARIA-Roles attributes
|Make dialogs (popups) accessible to keyboard navigation and screen readers
|Tooltips / Hidden-texts
|Adding informative tooltips and injecting accessible hidden text without affecting the visual content
|Make «fake» form elements accessible to keyboard navigation and screen readers
|Simulate necessary events to malefunctional elements
|Provide accessibility tools with specific purpose
|Adding pure CSS code to fix miscellaneous accessibility issues
The following is a detailed list of the remediation modifications made during the audit to make your website accessible.
- Enable keyboard navigation – a full accessibility component.
- Site adjustment for assistive technologies (eg. NVDA) – a full accessibility component.
- Stopping moving elements and blocking flickers – a full accessibility component.
- Ability to increase the site font to 4 different sizes.
- Change color contrast based on dark background.
- Change color contrast based on a light background.
- Matching and monochrome option for color blind people.
- Change the font for readability.
- Increase the cursor and change its color to black or white.
- Increase the display to 200%.
- Highlight links on the site.
- Highlighting headers on the site.
- Display an alternative description of the images.
We have made a concentrated effort to provide an accessibility option on all the pages of the website. It is possible that some pages on the site may not have been discovered, or the appropriate technological solution has not yet been found. We will continue our efforts to improve the site’s accessibility as we are committed to having a site that is accessible – friendly and can be used by the entire population, including people with disabilities.