FEAFES Cáceres claims that his website is accessible and useful to as many people as possible, thus, in December 2018 a restructuring of it begins to implement the Accessibility Guidelines or General Principles of Accessible Design established by the Working Group WAI (Initiative for Web Accessibility) belonging to W3C (Consortium for the World Wide Web).
WCAG 2.0 It is divided into several levels to facilitate their understanding and application: general principles, general guidelines, conformity verifiable criteria and a rich collection of sufficient technical, recommended techniques and common failures documented with examples, links to additional resources and code.
exist four general principles which they are the basis of web accessibility: perceptible, operable, understandable and robust. Each principle is organized into a series of guidelines, which provide the basic objectives to be achieved in order to create a content more accessible to users with different disabilities. In total there are twelve guidelines which in turn are divided into 61 Criterion. Conformance criteria are organized into three levels in accordance: A (the lowest), AA y AAA (the tallest). When all compliance criteria level and above are met, then you can say that the website has reached that level of conformity. For example, If on one page all compliance criteria Level A and AA levels are met, the website has AA level compliance, in our case the web has confirmidad AAA.
The four general principles:
- Perceptible: information and components of the user interface should be presented to users so that they can perceive.
- Operable: the components of the user interface and navigation must be operable.
- Understandable: information and management user interface must be understandable.
- Sturdy: the content must be robust enough to be interpreted reliably by a wide variety of user applications, including assistive.
If any of these principles is not met, users with disabilities may have trouble accessing web content.
Since FEAFES Cáceres They have worked each of the points emphasizing the following details:
- Internal labeling of all web images for correct interpretation automated code reading systems.
- Possibility of increasing the font size from side button
- Possibility of changing contrast from side button
- Correct structure of the web (Upper menu, Central content main ...)
- hidden links in the first part of the code for navigation by specific programs.
- Special review of the source code of the website to meet W3C standards and help correct interpretation of the web.
Accessibility exceptions website
As it discussed above, pages have been made in compliance with the validations set by the W3C. However, may due to the development of content using a tool management thereof may exist any element causing a fault in such validations on some pages.
We continue to work every day for the 100% people who want access to our website can do so without any limitations.