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FREMAP is committed to ensuring that the contents of its Temporary Disability Management Channel are accessible to all citizens in compliance with the Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce with respect to Public Administration websites and in compliance with the principles of accessibility and universal design set forth in article 4. c) in Law 11/2007, of 22 June, governing citizens' electronic access to Public Services in PDFThis link will open in a pop-up window, abiding by the guidelines provided by the WAI (Website Accesibility Initiative) This link will open in a pop-up window organisation created by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)This link will open in a pop-up window, to inform, research and promote work in Web accessibility.

Based on the foregoing, FREAMP is working to make its web content fully accessible to facilitate access for people with disability. Our accessibility guidelines comply with the standards WCAG 2.0 of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) at level AA.

The technology relied upon by the website to ensure access to all accessible content is: Javascript.

Site accessibility and user-friendly characteristics

  • Adjustment to multi-device.
  • Separation between content and presentation by means of style sheets.
  • Text alternatives are added to the non-text content. We include alternative text with images that are not decorative.
  • All links are identified, contextualised and show details of the function or link destination.
  • The size of the text is defined in relative units so users can change it by using the browser's usual text size controls.
  • Identification of abbreviations.
  • The formats of downloadable files are identified, such as pdf, excel, powerpoint and word.
  • Identification of the changes in the language.
  • The user is warned when a new pop-up window is going to open.
  • The content is editable using a keyboard without a specific time limit to press the keys.
  • Visibility of the focus in links and forms.
  • Continuation of focus. There is no change of context without notifying the user.
  • Possibility of play and pause in moving elements.
  • Labels or instructions are given when the content requires the user to enter information.
  • If an error is detected automatically when entering the information, correction suggestions are offered.
  • Multi-browser.
  • We present a user-friendly version to print each page.

Browsing aids

  • •Use of Landmark roles to identify content areas.
  • •The logo always links to the main page.
  • •Components that have the same functionality within a set of websites are identified in a coherent way.
  • •More than one path is provided to locate a website within a set of websites: site map, search engine and menu.
  • •Location breadcrumbs provided.
  • •A correct outline is generated.
  • •Structured information, correctly marked and ranked, which permits easy web browsing
  • •Keyboard shortcuts are provided:
    • Homepage
    • Site Map
    • Jump to content
    • Contact FREMAP
    • Accessibility

    Use of keyboard shortcuts depends on the web browser and operating system. The more frequent ones use the following keyboard shortcuts in the windows operating system:

    • Internet Explorer: ALT + short cut
    • Mozilla Firefox: ALT + SHIFT + short cut
    • Google Chrome: ALT + short cut

WAI ARIA

WAI ARIA are used to support platform accessibility for dynamic content and controls developed with HTML and Javascript. Below are some of its applied uses:

  • Provide information on the status of a content element.
  • Provide information on required fields in forms.
  • Include labels and element descriptions.
  • Guidance on stock.
  • Provide semantic information.

Partial statement of conformity

Content served by external sources which cannot be controlled and cannot be guaranteed accessibility (twitter gadget).

FREMAP and its commitment to accessibility

FREMAP works towards maintaining a suitable level of accessibility in its website content. We appreciate if you would inform us of any area for improvement or if you find any difficulties when accessing any content. We will welcome any suggestions to help in this initiative.