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Sepblac works to offer a website accessible to persons with a disability and the elderly, in accordance with the provisions of Law 34/2002 of 11 July, on services of the information society and electronic commerce and in the Royal Decree 1494/2007 of 12 November, which approves the Regulation on the basic conditions for the access of people with disabilities to technologies, products and services related to the information society and social communication media.
The Sepblac website has been developed with the intention of achieving a Double-A level of accessibility, in accordance with the terms defined by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). W3C is an international association that works on the development of standards with the aim of guiding the web towards its maximum potential through the development of protocols and guidelines that ensure its growth.
The Sepblac website has adopted, among others, the following measures aimed at improving users accessibility:
- Definition of a more logical site map that favors an easy localization of content.
- Separation of information from its graphic presentation.
- Use of the XHTML and CSS codes in accordance with the standards adopted by W3C.
- Use of relative font sizes, allowing users to increase or decrease the size of text according to their needs.
- Use of alternative text to images and tables, providing a better understanding of contents to users of screen readers and text-only browsers.
- Identification of the main language of each page and language changes by using the corresponding label.
The Sepblac website is optimized for its display on a PC with a minimum screen resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
However, the Sepblac website has been designed following the guidelines of adaptive web design, allowing its appropriate display on other electronic devices.
Sepblac website visualization has been verified in different platforms and in the different versions of the main web browsers.
Sepblac works to make all pages of its website accessible. In general, this accessibility statement affects all pages contained in the website excluding third parties embed contents, third parties linked websites and any PDF, Word, Excel or Power Point downloadable document.
Should you encounter any difficulty while browsing our website or wish to make any complaint, comment or suggestion, please contact Sepblac by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The e-mail address email@example.com does not answer any inquiries or requests other than those strictly related to technical problems arising from the use of the Sepblac website, its maintenance or the attention to those making complaints, queries or suggestions regarding web accessibility for people with a disability and the elderly.
The last review in terms of accessibility of this website was done in March 2018.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, accessibility of web page from this website, excluding third parties embed contents, third parties linked websites and any PDF, Word, Excel or Power Point downloadable document, are periodically and prior to its publication reviewed.