Accessibility is the degree to which something can be used, visited or accessed by everybody, regardless of their technical or physical abilities.
Accessibility applied to Internet content is called web accessibility . On the Web, the W3C has developed directives or specific guidelines to enable and ensure this type of accessibility. The W3C working group in charge of promoting it is the WAI.
Web or interface accessibility indicates the ease of access to the website and its contents for everybody, independently of any disability (physical, intellectual or technical) they may present or which may arise from the context of use (technological or environmental).
Caixa Sant Vicent has designed its new website to be accessible to every kind of person, including the use of
On the website access keys have been defined for each section. The combination of access keys for the main sections will depend on the device and platform used for access to the website. One of the most frequent examples is the combination [alt]+[access key or ctrl]+[access key].
The way to access keystroke shortcuts depends on the browser used.
|Internet Explorer||[Alt] + accesskey||-||-|
|Chrome||[Alt] + accesskey||[Alt] + accesskey||[Control] [Alt] + accesskey|
|Firefox||[Alt][Shift] + accesskey||[Alt][Shift] + accesskey||[Control][Alt] + accesskey|
|Safari||[Alt][Shift] + accesskey||-||[Control][Alt] + accesskey|
In the list the access keys are shown between brackets and next to the section they give access to.