|ALT + 1:||Home|
|ALT + L:||On Line projects|
|ALT + F:||Off Line projects|
|ALT + Q:||About Interdixit|
|ALT + 2:||Latest new|
|ALT + 9:||Contact form|
|ALT + 4:||Search button|
|ALT + 0:||Accessibility|
|ALT + 3:||Sitemap|
|ALT + B:|
|ALT + N:||Versión en español|
|ALT + C:||Versió catalana|
|ALT + I:||English version|
|ALT + P:||Print the page|
|ALT + D:||Page’s PDF Download|
|ALT + R:||RSS news|
|ALT + T:||Following on Twitter|
The entire Interdixit corporate website has been programmed favouring the highest levels of accessibility, equivalent to category 2 corresponding to standard WCAG1.0 (WAI 1 AA).
In keeping with WAI standard recommendations, keyboard shortcuts have been established in order to make the browsing of the main website content distribution elements easier, with the exception of the hypertext links that are shown in the body of the text in the pages and the side and auxiliary menus.
The shortcuts are shown in the table on the left of this text. Depending on the browser and the platform used, the activating key can vary from ALT (option) and Control (CTRL). The numerical assignation to the shortcuts has been carried out following the international recommendations on reference to the website standard elements.
If Internet Explorer on a Windows platform is being used, the ALT key should be pressed, as well as the identificative numeric key and Enter in order to directly access the desired page. With the Mozilla family browsers, just press the ALT key and the indicated destination key. In the Apple platform, the ALT key is replaced by the CTRL key.
The pages essential keys also present an ordered tabulation, and it is possible to go from one element to another element in the menu and auxiliary menus by pressing the tab key.
Use of Ajax
The website currently has a great deal of informative material in a PDF format. In order to access the same a PDF reader is required. The users may use, if applicable, readers of the operative system (in Mac and Linux platforms), the Adobe Reader or any other free software that allows accessing the same. In general, the text of the PDF files may be copied and pasted on other text documents.
In addition, it is possible that at some moments the user finds text files (preferably TXT and RTF), spreadsheets (XLS), presentations (PPT and PPS) or ZIP compressed files that will require specific applications to access the information included. An economic alternative is the use of the Open Office, which is free.
Certification, standards and mobile devices
The website has been programmed in keeping with the XHTML 1.0 Transitional language specifications, without disposition tables and based on CSS, version 2.1 styles. The W3C consortium has validated the XHTML and CSS programming: Valid XHTML and Valid CSS.
A large part of the website has a specific version for browsing using mobile devices, especially Apple Mobile (iPad, iPhone and ipod Touch). The use of these devices to browse the website allows the users to focus on elements of fragments of the page, the automatic activation of telephone numbers, or the use of the contact form.
The website has been certified by AccesOK, exceeding the most demanding access controls.