CMRB has fulfilled with its commitment to guarantee the accessibility to its web page, taking into account all of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and other international organizations recommendations. The aim has been to create a more user-friendly web site that works in any device of access to Internet.

Our web site is also accessible from the point of view of the facility of use, as it has been modified with an easy design and an efficient and clear structure to be easy to use by a large number of people, independently of their experience, context and capacities.

Our web site follows, in the majority of its contents, the regulations of accessibility of AA level described by the rules WAI, broadened in some points and with additional recommendations to improve its handling.

Size of the text

You can increase the dimensions of the text that you see by default in this web site, from any modern browser, in the following way:

  • Firefox: Click on the menu "Visualize", select the option "Size of the Text" and afterwards select "Increase". Following the same steps and selecting the option "Reinstate", it will go back to the default option.
  • Opera: Click on the menu "See" and select "Escala". This option can increase or reduce the size of the page in portions of 10% as well as in 150% or 200%. Select 100% to see the size of the text again by default.
  • Safari: Click on the menu "See" and choose the option "Increase size of the text". To go back to the default option choose "Reduce size of the text".
  • Internet Explorer: Click on the menu "See", choose the option "Size of Text" and then select "Bigger". The "Medium" option reinstates the text to the default option.

Other help to surf the web

  • Descriptions in text of the contents of some images that need a textual explanation, to fulfil some type of functionality.
  • All pages work without activated Javascript.
  • The standard XHTML that facilitates the correct visualization in different browsers is fulfilled.
  • Positioning of the contents through CSS and without tables. This way, the screen readers for people with visual problems or blind would read the document in a logical way.
  • The Models of Accessibility have been followed for the Web Page Contents (WCAG) version 1.0, published by the Initiative of Accessibility Web Page (WAI) of (W3C).
  • The size of the letter and the colours can be modified with the browser tools to adapt them to people with visual difficulties. You will find at your disposal a page of styles to make the printing more friendly.

The improvement of the accessibility has to be a continuous process. In order to help ourselves to improve our web site, we invite you to send your suggestions through our form Contact.

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