Accessibility of the site
This website has been designed and created following W3C, level Double A recommendations.
This website has alternative page styles:
- "classical mode", the default presentation with black text on a light background,
- "partially-sighted mode”, presentation with no layout for optimal use of technical aids (voice readers etc.) or your own settings.
- "partially-sighted mode with black background", presentation with no layout and a light text on a black background for optimal use of technical aids (voice readers) or your own settings.
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This website has been designed so that you can increase the size of the text as needed.
To change text display signs:
- Using various navigators: [Ctrl] + mouse wheel.
- Internet Explorer: go into View >> Size of text and select.
- Mozilla, Firefox or Netscape: press [Ctrl] + [+] to increase and [Ctrl] + [-] to reduce.
- Opera: press on the + or – keys on the number pad or go to View >> Zoom and select.
- Key 6: Access the help page, accessibility
- Key 3: Access the site plan
- Key 7: Access the contact page
- Key 4: Access the research form field
- Key 5: Direct access to main menu
- Key 2: Direct access to text at top of page
The following combinations of keys are used depending on the navigator: (use the numbers from the main key pad and not on the number pad)
- Internet Explorer Windows: Verr.Maj + Alt and [key number], then Enter
- Mozilla, Netscape, K-Meleon, FireFox Windows: Maj + Alt and [key number]
- Opera 7 Windows, Macintosh, Linux: Esc + Shift and [key number]
- Internet Explorer Macintosh: Ctrl and [key number], then Enter
- Safari 1.3 Macintosh: Ctrl + Maj and [key number]
Netscape 4, Camino, Galeon, Konqueror prior to version 3.3.0, Omniweb, Safari prior to version 1.2, Opera Windows/Linux prior to version 7 do not support access keys.
Abbreviations and acronyms
Abbreviations and acronyms are shown using the term “acronym” (the term abbr is not used as it is not supported by Internet Explorer).
The attribute “title” indicates their significance when they first appear in the page. List of abbreviations and acronyms used in this site:
- RSS: Rich Site Summary
- W3C: World Wide Web Consortium
- WAI: Web Accessibility Initiative
- XHTML: eXtensible HyperText Markup Language
- CSS: Cascading Style Sheet
- AA: Double A accessibility level
Accessibility labels for the Foch Foundation website
The pages on this site comply with the "Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 ", level Double-A directives.
Site pages XHTML 1.0 validated by the W3C official validator
The site style sheet is validated by the W3C official validator