An accessible website is a site that allows all internet users to access its content with ease, including people who have a disability and use specialized software or hardware. For example, an accessible website allows users to:
To achieve this, the website must comply with strict standards for its design and updates.
By tailoring the content of a website to users’ needs via the FACIL’iti digital accessibility solution, the website uses innovation to improve everyone’s comfort and to offer internet users personalized accessibility.
By clicking on the FACIL’iti logo at the top of the page, you can create a profile according to your specific needs, which will then automatically adjust all the websites subscribed to FACIL’iti.
Developed alongside charities and organizations, this innovative digital solution has been designed to meet the accessibility needs of as many people as possible, with nothing to download or install.
The facil-iti.fr website is accessible and offers a wide range of features so that all internet users can browse its content with ease.
On all pages, the FACIL’iti logo is displayed in the banner, so you can return to the facil-iti.fr home page in a single click.
The main menu: this is located under the banner allowing you to access the different sections and main pages of the facil-iti.fr site. It is a straightforward menu, controllable by mouse, keyboard or finger for touch screens.
The quick access menu: in the banner, on the far left, a quick “Go to content” access button is provided. This allows you to position yourself directly at the level of the main content of each page. This link is particularly useful for people who use the keyboard or a mobile phone to browse.
The footer menu: at the bottom of the page, this menu allows you to access additional pages such as the Contact page, the Legal Notice page, the Site map, and more.
On all the pages of the site, a site map is accessible via a link in the footer menu. This site map allows you to have an overview of the structure of the facil-iti.fr website and to directly access the page or section of your choice.
If, rather than regularly visiting the facil-iti.fr site, you prefer to be kept informed of news of the project by email, you can subscribe to the newsletter. The form for signing up to this newsletter is accessible at the bottom of the home page.
In addition to the help available directly on facil-iti.fr, the website has been designed in such a way as to allow your browser to take full advantage of its own features and functions.
The facil-iti.fr website has been designed in such a way as to allow keyboard browsing on all the pages. In most cases, all you need to do is tap the Tab key on your keyboard to switch from one clickable item to another clickable item on the page, in reading order. Conversely, if you want to go backwards, in the reverse direction of reading, use the Shift + Tab key combination.
Keyboard users, you can print any page on the website by going to the desired page, then simultaneously pressing the Ctrl + P keys on your keyboard if you are on a PC, or Cmd + P if you are using a Mac.
Keyboard users, you are now finally able bookmark any page. To do this, go to the desired page, then press the Ctrl + D keys on your keyboard if you are on a PC, and Cmd + D if you’re on Mac.
The facil-iti.fr website offers PDF documents for download. Viewing this type of document requires Adobe Reader, which can be downloaded free of charge at this address: http://get.adobe.com/fr/reader/.
The facil-iti.fr website offers a number of videos. A particular effort has been made to ensure these videos are accessible to as many people as possible.
This page, in addition to being a help page, is also a statement of compliance with RGAA 3 2016 guidelines, aimed at defining the general level of accessibility observed on the website in accordance with the regulations. This page is mandatory to be compliant with RGAA 3 2016. For help relating to browsing and specific site facilities, go to the Help section.
The facil-iti.fr website’s statement of compliance was drawn up on 10/10/2017.
The version of the RGAA guidelines used to perform the tests is version 3 2016.
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The content rendering checks were carried out based on the combination provided by the RGAA reference base, with the following versions:
An audit of the website, carried out by iti Communication, showed overall compliance with the RGAA of 100%.
It is important to remember that under Article 11 of the French law of February 2005:
Disabled persons have the right to reasonable adjustments to compensate for the consequences of their disability, whatever the origin and nature of their impairment, their age or their lifestyle.
As a result, each organization is required to take the necessary measures to provide access, within a reasonable time frame, to the information and features sought by the disabled person, whether the content is subject to an exemption or not. The possibility of requesting accessible alternative content must be offered to the user on the help page via an accessible means of contact (email address or contact form).
The “Site map” page does not exist, it is compensated by a site map present in the footer.