Accesibility

Web accessibility refers to the ability to access the web and its contents. When talking about Web accessibility, we refer to a Web design that will allow people to perceive, understand, navigate and interact with the Web, while also providing content. Web Accessibility encompasses many types of challenges including visual, auditory, physical, cognitive, neurological and speech.

 

It is a priority for Solar Innova that all people, regardless of their handicap, age or technological experience, use the web page without encountering difficulties in access.

 

The web development for Solar Innova has been based in compliance with the Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 Web Content set by the W3C (World Wide Consortium Web)

 

 

To easily access the web page content, Solar Innova defines the visual characteristics such as:

  • Type and font size.

  • Font color and background, etc., are defined using the stylesheet so that the user can adjust the text to their preferences.

These parameters are defined using the stylesheet so that the user can adjust the text to their preferences.

 

If your browser or browsing device does not support stylesheets, the content of the site is fully legible, as you can access all content with CSS disabled.

 

The web pages have a clear structure for both the user who can see all the content, and also for those reading the information with a screen reader, users who disable the style sheet and so on. With this objective as paramount, we have defined using HTML section headings, lists and all the elements that help the general understanding of the site.

 

The HTML and CSS used conforms to formal grammar for the correct display of the content in different browsers.

 

 

 

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