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compatibility with standards

This website has been designed and programmed according to the WAI guidelines (Web Accessibility Initiative,, which establishes international standards for creating accessible web contents for everyone.

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Various measures have been taken to make the website more accessible, such as:

  • Logical presentation order of elements on screen.
  • Simplified browsing system without dropdown menus.
  • Descriptive text of images.
  • Keyboard access to main options.

keyboard short-cuts

Most browsers support going directly to specific links pressing certain key combinations (access keys) defined on the website.

For example, this works in Windows by pressing Alt + access key (in Internet Explorer you also need to press the intro key); in Macintosh, it works by pressing Ctrl + access key.

The following access keys are available on our portal:

  • 0  Accesibility
  • 1  Home page
  • 2  Skip navigation
  • 3  Web map
  • 4  General search engine
  • 5  Back
  • 6  Up
  • 7  Print page
  • 8  Legal document
  • 9  Contact


Most links whose text does not completely describe the destination have title attributes with a clarification.

When possible, the links are written so that they have meaning out of context. Some browsers (such as JAWS, Home Page Reader, Lynx, y Opera) can extract the list of links from the current page and enable the user to browse from this list. Bearing this in mind the links are not duplicated; if they are, it is because they access the same content.

There are no javascript pseudo-links: All links can be followed in any browser, even if javascript has been disabled.