This website has been created so that everyone may consult its webpages without encountering any access problems, whether or not they have a disability and irrespective of the web browser they use.

The following measures have been taken into account in the URL, so users can access all its contents and functionalities more easily:

  • Multi-browser: Pages offer correct viewing on several browsers used for the analysis (Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Safari and Chrome).
  • Consistent browsing: The pages show a consistent layout throughout the website.
  • Distractions: There is no interference, such as content flickering, exaggerated blinking, audios that start automatically or moving content.
  • Text size and containers: The size of the text and its containers have been correctly defined and the content is perfectly extended.
  • Page titles: The page titles are correct, they mention the portal and the section.
  • Language: The page language is correctly marked.
  • Visible focus: The focus is visible with keyboard browsing.
  • Language style: Simple and easy-to-understand language is used, in line with the website's target public.
  • Colour-based information: All information conveyed through colour can be understood without its use.

The Popular Culture website has been developed under the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0, Double A level, as established by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

For further information about the website’s accessibility as well as how to configure the accessibility settings for different web browsers, go to the website, where you will find information and resources on accessibility.

Barcelona City Council is committed to continuing its work to reduce as much as possible the various accessibility barriers that still need to be resolved on this website.

If you experience any difficulties accessing the contents of the Popular Culture website, please do not hesitate to contact us at the email address