Accessibility means access to information without disability or handicap limitation. Many people accessing our website coming from very different contexts, as they may be hearing, visual or mobility handicapped, may experience difficulty in reading or understanding, may not be able to use the keyboard or mouse or may have only a text reader, a small screen or a slow connection.

Accessibility is not only of interest to people with disabilities, but also improves access to the Internet in general. To this end, our accessibility guidelines are:

Our website tries to meet at least AA or AAA level in most of its contents defined by the rules WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) and the current Spanish AENOR UNE 139803:2004 . Here are the various aids that may be of interest:

Font Size: We can change the text size that is the default. Often the easiest way to modify the text is by holding down the 'Ctrl' key while spinning the mouse wheel or if there are no wheel mouse using the keys '+' or '-'.

PDF Accessibility: We recommend that users download the latest version of Adobe Acrobat to view PDF files of Abode and Reading aloud from Adobe PDF files using the "text to speech" standard operating system ; allows more control in the use of screen readers, to assess the accessibility of Adobe PDF file.

Other aid: The content and functionality of the website are accessible via keyboard for those who do not use the mouse. This site uses style sheets (CSS) to control the color and structure of the website. Therefore, people who use their own style sheets can enjoy the content of the website itself. The web pages also work for users who have JavaScript disabled in your browser. In order to improve accessibility and ease of use of this site, we invite you to write us and let us know what you think about using our contact form.