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This site has been conceived and set up following the W3C WCAG 1.0 et 2.0 recommendations.


This site is a site fully accessible to persons with disabilities, regardless of the disability (visual, motor, intellectual). It was designed and set up following the recommendations of WCAG 1.0 and 2.0 of the W3C.

The definition of web accessibility by Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web is:

"Putting the Web and its services available to all individuals, whatever their hardware or software, network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographical location or their physical or mental. "

A site is accessible when it is possible for anyone to access equally, regardless of the browser used, the display device, using the technique used, the possible disability of the user, and its intellectual level and ability to understand computers.


Navigation is compatible with special equipment for people with disabilities: including screen readers, braille displays and tools for magnification of characters.

  • This site offers many features for easy navigation:
  • An optimized ergonomics and navigation;
  • Accessibility of content without JavaScript or Flash;
  • Editorial content adapted;
  • Alternative versions for files inaccessible.

Graphic chart

The graphic has been defined and implemented taking into account the parameters of accessibility. The problems of contrast and color overlays have been designed for the visually impaired do not have reading difficulties.

Size of text

This site was created in a way that allow you to enlarge the size of the text according to your needs. To change the size of the text:

  • With different navigators: [Ctrl] + scroll button.
  • Internet Explorer: go to View>> size of selected text and choose or with new internet explorer page>> size of text and choose
  • Mozilla, Firefox or Netscape: do [Ctrl] + [+] to increase size and [Ctrl] + [-] to reduce size.
  • Opera: press on the + or - button of the numerical touch pad . Or go into view>>zoom and choose.


The editorial of the site was studied to allow everyone to fully understand its contents.


This site provides a text alternative to non-text elements. When your mouse hovers over a visual texts describe the contents of these elements. This same information is accessible to screen readers. We use little or no JavaScript, and during its use, we propose an alternative.

Multimedia videos and animations are made available through the following:

  • Subtitles;
  • A description of audio content;
  • A text version showing the contents and the voices of the video.

Abbreviations and Acronyms

Signs for acronyms and abbreviations is thinking so you can find the portion of the mouse, their meaning in a bubble. This same information is accessible to screen readers.

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