Legal Notice

In APITECNIC we have set as a priority objective that all people, regardless of their disability, age or the type of technology used, to navigate our website without any access difficulty.
With this purpose, the development of the web APITECNIC has been based on compliance with the Guidelines of Accessibility to the Content in the Web 2.0 laid down by the W3C Consortium (World Wide Web).
These guidelines also form the core of standards such as ISO/IEC 40500 or standard UNE 139803:2012.
Some of the features implemented to allow you access to all the content of the web APITECNIC with greater ease are:
The visual characteristics of the web page (font type, font color, and background, etc) are defined by the style sheet so that the user can adjust the text to your preferences.
The sizes of the sources have been defined with relative units so that you can increase or decrease the size of the font from the options of the browser.
If a user accesses with a browser that does not support a style sheet would not be a problem, because in the same way you can access all the content with CSS turned off.
The pages have a clear structure both for the user that can view the content as for the person who reads the information using systems of support such as a screen reader, users who disabled the style sheet, etc Under this goal, we have defined using the HTML code section headers, lists and all the elements that help the general understanding of the web site.
The HTML and CSS used is adjusted to the formal grammars to ensure the correct display of content in various browsers.
The web site is designed for users to be able to perform a navigation high contrast that allows you to distinguish between a link and text that is not. With the exception of all those links that may be deducted by the context (menus, lists, etc).
Includes descriptive text in the "ALT" attribute for all images of all the pages.
However, if you find any difficulty in the access to the information contained in the web APITECNIC or you have any suggestions or queries in relation to the accessibility, do not hesitate to contact us via e-mail

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