Web accessibility means access to the Web, regardless of social and demographic circumstances, the devices involved and the abilities of users to access information.

In this context, the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) gave way to the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI), a body responsible for unifying the technological expertise and research on issues relating to accessibility in order to generate patterns of accessibility in the website to facilitate access thereto by persons with disabilities.

These guidelines are structured into 14 topics that address a number of checkpoints to detect possible errors in the design of a web page this way providing the necessary guidelines for the development of a website that guarantees full access to information under different circumstances.

For information on this site to be accessible to all people, the developer of this site has undertaken the implementation of the accessibility guidelines established by the WAI, and has followed the W3C standards in more stringent levels.

The development and content of this site have been validated by the Web Accessibility Test (TAW) meeting the AAA level, in addition to complying with the programming standards established by the W3C on the use of the language XHTML 1.0 Strict.

We have used Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for visual formatting of information and content has been removed from the graphic display of information in order to allow proper access and display information in different environments.

The texts that appear on the site font sizes are configurable by users, and text options for the different browsers. Also, it has the correct display of the site in the different versions of major browsers (Internet Explorer 6, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Safari).
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