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Access Policy - Internet site

  • The principle of a web site is to provide accessible content to each individual, whatever its material, software configuration, environment, physical and mental capabilities, and language may be.
  • After having known unorganised development efforts over the years, the web is now characterised by more standardised and open concepts, thanks to standardisation.

 Structure and presentation

  • The page layouts were executed in CSS (cascading style sheets), which allow for uniform overall presentation of all of the site's pages. 
  • Users who de-activate the style sheets from their browser can have access to any information contained on the site.
  • The pages are structured with "HTML semantic benchmarks"; that is, pages have a meaning compared to benchmarks that are only used for aspect/appearance.


  • The site map is accessible from each web page.
  • By clicking on the Vicat icon, located at the top left of your screen, you can return at any time to the home page of the site.
  • The menu tabs reflect how information is structured.
  • Navigation of the menus is possible by using the keys Tab and Maj + Tab.

Keyboard shortcuts (hot keys)

  • It is possible to navigate the site without a mouse simply by using a combination of keys.


  • The language of each page is specified with sufficient benchmarks.


  • Links are accessible by using the Tab and Maj + Tab keys.
  • Contiguous links are separated by printable characters in order to avoid any confusion caused by the help feature. 

Font size

  • Users can change the size of the font display by using the integrated tool in the pages, or with the help of the menus, or their browser shortcut keys.


  • Any significant image has an alternative text when it has no explicit text.
  • Page layout does not make use of invisible or hidden images.


  • Texts with colours are also accessible when colour mode is de-activated and has assigned features (borders, underlining, bold, etc).
  • Colour contrast in the back plan and front plan is sufficiently high for persons who are visually deficient; black and white display of pages is always possible. 


  • Tables are not used in the presentation of articles and other texts, as they are reserved for the layout of data.

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