Pages can be viewed correctly on the various browsers used for the analysis (Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome).
- Consistent browsing:
Consistency is maintained on the website, ensuring that browsing is coherent on all pages and offering users a pleasing experience.
There are no interferences such as content flickering, exaggerated blinking or audio that starts automatically.
The page headings provide the name of the website and section so that users can contextualise the information.
- Headers and lists:
The headers and lists are correctly indicated.
Images have text alternatives.
- Text images:
Except for logos or trademark images, content is generally configurable because text images are avoided.
- Colour contrast:
The website’s visual features (font type, text colour and background) have been defined using the style sheet. It is required to follow the accessibility guidelines for the contrast ratio on double AA level.
The forms contain the correct labels and associated controls.
- Audiovisual texts:
Audiovisual texts with relevant information are subtitled.
- Viewing audiovisual texts:
Audiovisual players are accessible to users on any type of device, keyboard users and people with vision impairment.
- Social networks:
Social media plug-ins are accessible and have text alternatives.
The language on the webpages is correctly indicated.
- Language style:
The language style is simple and suitable for its target audience.