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Accessibility

What is accessibility?

Web accessibility means the capacity for the website and its contents to be accessed by the greatest number of people, regardless of their browsing context or any disabilities users may have.

Browsing context means the devices, browsers, Internet connection speed, peripheral devices, browser or equipment configuration, environmental conditions, etc. While disabilities referred to may by visual, auditory, physical, or cognitive.

Statement of commitment

Orona is firmly committed to having its website "www.orona.es" be as accessible as possible and hopes the contents can reach the greatest number of users possible, regardless of any disabilities they may have. This is why we use standard technologies established by the W3C and follow the WAI 1.0 Accessibility Directives. The use of web standards established by the W3C, such as XHTML 1.0 Transitional for valid semantic mark-up and cascade style sheets (CSS) for design allows the website to be displayed correctly on a variety of devices and platforms, as well as the accurate printing of its contents. If you have any questions, suggestions, or problems with respect to this website accessibility, please contact us by e-mail: orona@orona.es

Conformity icons

The ORONA website fulfills the following points:

Conformity with W3C WCAG 1.0 Level "AA"

W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Directives 1.0 at Level Double-A conformance iconThe W3C-WAI icon for Double-A Level conformity with Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 indicates conformity with Web Content Accessibility Directives 1.0 at the Double-A level. Its link connects to an explanation of accessibility levels and use of its icons.

XHTML 1.0

Valid XHTML 1.0 TransitionalThe icon for valid XHTML 1.0 indicates that the language XHTML version 1.0 Strict must be correctly used and that its syntax agrees with the grammar for that language. Its link connects to W3C validator.

CSS-2

CSS Valid!The CSS valid icon indicates that the syntax used by the style sheets is correct. Its link connects to the W3C style sheet validator.

Navigation assistance

Variable font sizes

Design of pages on this website has employed relative units, such as for text size. The pages can be viewed correctly at any resolution and users can vary text size if they have that option available.

Site map

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Navigation path

Users always know what section/sub-section they are in, thanks to the navigation path displayed on the top of the page.

Keyboard access for different browsers

Keyboard access Both browsing and access to contents through direct access keys are available. In order to use these keys, and depending upon the operating system in use, the following key combinations must be used:

Google Chrome 3+

Windows and Linux: ALT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Mac: CONTROL + OPT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Firefox 2+

Windows and Linux: ALT + SHIFT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Mac: CONTROL + Direct access key on the keyboard

Opera

Shift + Esc (to activate rapid access keys) + Direct access key on the keyboard

Internet Explorer 6 and 7

Windows: ALT + Direct access key on the keyboard + ENTER.

Internet Explorer 8+

Windows: ALT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Safari 3

Windows: ALT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Mac: CONTROL + OPT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Safari 4+

Windows: ALT + Direct access key on the keyboard

Mac: CONTROL + Direct access key on the keyboard

Access keys

These are access keys used for this website:

  • 0 Go to main menu
  • 1 Home
  • 2 About Orona
  • 3 Services
  • 4 Products
  • 5 References
  • 6 Innovation
  • 7 Site map
  • 8 Accessibility
  • 9 Go to contents

Skip to content

Users with text-only browsers or voice browsers (screen readers) can go directly to the navigation menu and to the contents of each page using the "Go to main menu" and "Go to contents" links available at the start of each page on this website or else by using the 0 access key and the 9 access key, respectively.

Design

This website uses layers and cascade style sheets (CSS) for the visual design of the pages. This allows content to be independent of the presentation, and users can browse for information by deactivating downloading style sheets in their browsers if they desire.

Multimedia content

All images have a brief description using the alt attribute.

Your navigator must support JavaScript and have it enabled to view and listen to videos on the site. We are currently working on preparing subtitles and transcriptions for the videos included in the website.

This site might contain animations and improved features created in Flash format. You will need Adobe Flash Player to display them (available free of charge in Adobe's website).Download Macromedia Flash Player.

If you do not have Adobe Flash Player installed in your computer it will automatically display its alternative contents.

PDF files

Some links in this website are to documents in PDF format. You will need Adobe Reader to display them (available free of charge in Adobe's website).Download Adobe Reader.

We are currently working on converting the PDFs in the website to accessible PDFs.

 

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