Accessibility & Usability
At UnFamed we have designed and developed this web page paying close attention to elimination of barriers to the contents for certain types of users who, due to some disability or other difficulty, have access problems. Our goal has been to prepare this website so that it can be browsed by the largest number of users regardless of their differentiating characteristics, age, personal limitations and/or knowledge of new technologies. “The power of the web is in its universality.”
For the development of this web page it has been based on the fulfillment of the guidelines of Accessibility to web content WCAG 2.1 , set by W3CCC </ a> (World Wide Web Consortium) for adequacy level “double A” (AA).
In the upper left corner you will find a button where you can adapt the use and viewing of this web page to your needs:
Web accessibility icon:
- Increase and decrease the font size.
- View all texts and images in grayscale.
- Activate high contrast mode.
- Activate negative contrast mode.
- Activate the light background
- Ability to underline all links.
- Set basic font.
- Reset to leave the default web page.
- Sitemap to never get lost.
- Help about our Accessibility.
We try to make web browsing simple and uncomplicated, and we try to follow the following guidelines:
- Fast page, optimizing the code of the web page (HTML and CSS) and hosted on safe and fast servers.
- Simple appearance to find all the information you need.
- Different buttons to interact and communicate such as WhatsApp, messenger, contact forms and direct calls.
- We use an elaborate web architecture so that all content is well structured.
- A good readability to enjoy all the contents.
- We always apply the 3-click rule , to navigate and quickly find what you are looking for.
- Maximum security of the information and the data entered under the protocol https .
- Operability on most devices such as desktop PCs, laptops, smart TVs, tablets and mobiles. Applying the philosophy of Responsive design and development Web Design.
Additionally our website contains:
- Alternative textual content to non-textual content.
- The main menu is visible on all pages.
- The footer menu on all pages, with all access to our legal pages.
- You will be able to see this website with the latest versions of the most common browsers.
- We implement the AntiSpam policy with the reCptcha (Completely Automated Public Turing test to tell Computers and Humans Apart) module from Google v.3. With this version, no notice or information appears for the user.
Different browsers use different keys to activate shortcuts. You have to keep in mind that for Windows the Ctrl key will be used, corresponding in the Mac system to the command key or cmd ⌘ . The Alt key on Windows corresponds to the option key on Mac ⌥ , (in some cases it is done with the help of Shift).
Here are the most common ones to navigate within the web page:
- Tab or Tab : Move forward between clickable elements on the page or links.
- Shift + Tab : Go back between clickable elements on the page.
- ↑ / ↓ or ← / → key. To move around the document with the scroll arrows.
- Ctrl + P : Print current page. On Mac it is ⌘ + P .
- Ctrl + S : Save current page. On Mac it is ⌘ + S .
- F5 or Ctrl + R : Reload current page . On Mac it is ⌘ + R .
- Shift + F5 or Ctrl + Shift + R : Reload current page ignoring cache. On Mac it is ⌘ + Shift + R .
- ESC: Stop page loading.
- Ctrl + O : Open file. On Mac it is ⌘ + O .
- Ctrl + U : Open source code in new tab. On Mac it is ⌘ + Option + U .
- Ctrl + D : Save to bookmarks or favorites. On Mac it is ⌘ + D .
- Ctrl + F or F3 : Open the search bar to search within the current page. On Mac it is ⌘ + F .
- Ctrl + G : Go to the next search result within the current page. On Mac it is ⌘ + G .
- Ctrl + J : Open Downloads page. On Mac it is ⌘ + Shift + J .
- Ctrl + Shift + D : Save all tabs in markers. On Mac it is ⌘ + Shift + D .
- F11 : Full screen mode. On Mac it is ⌘ + Ctrl + F
- Ctrl + + , Ctrl + – key: Zoom in or out on the page content. On Mac it is ⌘ + + , ⌘ + – key.
- Ctrl + 0 : Cancel zoom restoring default size. On Mac it is ⌘ + 0 .
- Spacebar or Space or Page Down : Scroll down the page.
- Shift + Space or Page Up : Scroll up in the page.
- Start or End : Go to the beginning or end of the page
- Alt + Home : Open home page in current tab. On Mac it is ⌘ + Shift + H .
You can also combine the keyboard with the mouse to save yourself a few clicks:
- Drag link to the tab bar : To open it in an already open tab or in a new one.
- Ctrl + Click : Open link in new tab. On Mac it is ⌘ + Click. You can also press the middle mouse button.
- Ctrl + Shift + Click : Open link in new tab and go to it. On Mac it is ⌘ + Shift + Click.
- Shift + Click: Open link in new window.
- Alt + Click : Download content from a link.
- Drag tab outside the bar : Open tab in new window.
- Ctrl + Scroll: Zoom in or out.
- Shift + Scroll : Scroll horizontally on the page.
Web accessibility as a fundamental right
It is important to note that the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities takes into account information, including accessible websites at all times, as a fundamental right.
It is important to mention that the implementation of theWeb accessibility standards and standards are essential, not only for people with disabilities, but also for the rest of the world.
On March 30, 2007, the European Union ratified and signed this Convention and, as of this moment, it was signed by the 27 countries that comprise it.
We can remember that the United Nations General Assembly has different guidelines to constantly optimize web accessibility, adding the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) , promoted by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
These web accessibility guidelines benefit all those people with disabilities, permanent or not, among which we can name people with reduced mobility, reduced vision or blindness, hearing disabilities, as well as all those who require of adaptations to consequences of their age or limitation of the environment.
- LAW 56/2007, of December 28, on Measures to Promote the Information Society. Mandatory measures are dictated for the elimination of barriers in the use of Information Technologies for the Public Administration and financed entities for the same.
- LAW 27/2007, of October 23, which recognizes the Spanish sign languages and regulates the means of support for oral communication of deaf, hard of hearing and deafblind people. The recognition and use is regulated of the Spanish Sign Language in the public sphere.
- LAW 11/2007, of June 22, on electronic access of citizens to Public Services . The right of citizens to interact with Public Administrations by electronic means is recognized.
- ROYAL DECREE 366/2007, of March 16, on accessibility and non-discrimination of people with disabilities in their relations with the General State Administration. The conditions of Accessibility and Non-discrimination of citizens in their relations with the General State Administration are regularized.
- ROYAL DECREE 1494/2007, of November 12, which approves the Regulation on the basic conditions for the access of people with disabilities to the information society. The conditions of Accessibility of the Information Society are normalized .
Our website is constantly growing and sometimes as humans we can overlook something, in addition to the constant advances in web development. At UnFmed we are aware that accessibility and usability is a constant process of improvement and we invite you to participate so that you can send us any suggestion that you consider appropriate and that may help to improve this web page. </P >
Feel free to contact us at contact us. Thank you very much for your help.