Accessibility is the degree to which people with some kind of disability are able to use a service. Specifically in terms of Web accessibility, this refers to Web design that enables people with disabilities to perceive, understand, browse and interact with the Web, and also contribute content.
This website has been laid out and configured in such a way as to make browsing possible for all potential users, using programming based on the most advanced techniques and guidelines on accessibility.
Amongst the key features providing accessibility are:
This website has been developed via the web platform for Universities UniWeb 2.0, which makes it easier to meet Accessibility standards. The site is managed by the Web Office of the University of Granada which periodically checks to ensure that these standards are being adhered-to. The UniWeb 2.0 platform is the intellectual property of:
According to Spanish law, web pages belonging to public bodies must meet appropriate standards of navigability and accessibility for people with disabilities. These standards are usually set by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) and are enshrined in the following laws:
There are a number of diverse standards in Web design, as well as a series of guidelines that should be met by any website wishing to meet regulation on accessibility. The aim is to follow the rules set out within the standards and the established guidelines:
This website meets the following norms for web content accessibility: