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A website is accessible when it is designed and codified in a way that its contents and services are available to anyone, regardless of the context.
This website has been designed to be accessible to all web users, irrespective of individual abilities and browser type. This statement gives information about accessibility features, and levels of conformance to industry standards.
Most of current Internet browsers provide links by using a combination of different keys.
This particular option is necessary for those who suffer some kind of physical or visual impairment (for instance, those that make difficult to use the mouse correctly). We are totally committed to making our site accessible to everyone, including blind or partially sighted customers who use screen readers.
The most useful shortcuts when surfing the net are:
Internet Explorer: ALT + MAYUSCULAS + shortcut + ENTER
Opera: MAYUSCULAS + ESC + shortcut
Netscape: ALT + shortcut
Mozilla Firefox: ALT + MAYUSCULAS + shortcut
1.- Keyboard shortcuts are located at the top menu bar.
1: Enrol online
2.- Keyboard shortcuts are located at the main menu.
3: International House
4: Spanish Courses
6: Spanish in Spain
2.- Keyboard shortcuts are located at the footer.
u: Free Price Quotation
1. By pressing 2 buttons at the bottom of each page users can verify at all times that the Web pages in this website are under the XHTML and CSS3 rules.
2. All pages have been labelled to offer its structure correctly. Labels are used to highlight the titles of each page and the headers of each section too. This is beneficial for those web users who can browse using different key combinations.
All pages in this website do have semantic web browsing elements (LINK) to help textual website users such as Lynx browse through it.
Mozilla (1.1 version) and Netscape 6 users could also benefit from this simply activating the navigation toolbar in each browser (in the menu View, Show/Hide, Site Navigation Bar, Show Only As Needed).
1. It has been tried to write the links texts with a certain sense even though they are read out of their own context.
2. It has been avoided that the links open new navigator screens. If you wish to open a link in a new screen you can do that by using the same mechanisms that the navigator provides, usually by pressing CTRL before or just right-click the mouse. A menu appears with the option: “Use a new screen”.
Images used only as decorative elements are inserted using the web style sheets. The rest of images, which have information to be transmitted to users, do include alternative and descriptive texts.
1. The visual disposition is exclusively based on CSS sheets (we have not used tables for the lay out). Certain browsers such as Firefox and Opera allow browse the web without the page set up (menu "See", option "Page set up", choose "No set up")
2. All of the above allows just with certain variations that this site maintains the same visual effect when using the most common browsers such as: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Opera and Netscape.
3. In the same sense all pages have as an option on the top right side the possibility to enlarge the text: NORMAL TEXT and LARGER TEXT (TO MAKE IT EASIER TO READ) in this particular case the web is optimised with a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels.
4. Finally, Web pages have been designed to be legible even though some users may have old browsers such as Netscape 4.
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