In the construction of the GEORGIA KATE WILSON website, measures have been adopted with the aim that as many people as possible can access the information transmitted on it, regardless of personal limitations or those derived from the context of use.
Thus, the following aspects have been taken into account in the creation of the portal:
- Use of CSS for the presentation of information.
- Markup tags.
- Usable, intuitive, and alternative navigation systems.
- Alternative descriptions in images.
- Checks in the display with different browsers and devices.
- Use of universal and alternative formats.
- Links provide details of the function or destination of the hyperlink.
- Use of W3C standards.
- Access to the main options through keyboard shortcuts.
Compliance with Standards
The pages of this website comply with the AA mark according to the UNE 139803:2004 Standard and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 of the W3C. All Priority 1 and Priority 2 requirements and a subset of Priority 3 requirements have been checked with a manual analysis of accessibility through various semi-automatic tools and user agents.
On this website, you can make ordered jumps in the content with the Tab key.
The accessible design allows the user to adjust the fonts to the size that suits them. This action can be carried out in different ways depending on the web browser used. Below is the menu action where this functionality is found in the most common browsers:
- Mozilla Firefox: View > Text Size > Increase Internet
- Internet Explorer: View > Text Size > Larger
- Opera: View > Zoom > %
- Safari: View > Make text bigger
- Google Chrome: Tools > Zoom
The web pages are created with CMS WordPress 6.1.1.
Useful Information about Accessibility
Below are a series of links organized into different categories useful for obtaining more information about accessibility.
Accessibility standards and technical documents:
World Wide Web Consortium, an international working group that dictates general guidelines related to the web.
W3C Web Accessibility Initiative.