In order to meet the requirements set out in the regulations applicable to the websites of public administrations, in designing this website we have taken a number of measures in order to ensure accessibility of content, complemented by different semi-automatic tools to verify compliance with the points of priority 1 and 2 defined in the specification of accessibility guidelines to content on the web (WAAG 2.0). Last Review 12/10/2015
Sources have been used with relative sizes so that if the user prefers a larger font can select it through the text size options of your browser.
Structure of pages
This portal is designed with a common format for all content pages. This makes it easy to become familiar with the structure of documents facilitating the navigation for those who need technical aids to navigation. style sheets (CSS) for presentation of information and HTML code for proper structuring are used. The layout is properly adapted to the most common user agents and font sizes defined in measures to allow resizing. For any non-text element they have included the necessary alternatives so that no user finds barriers of access to content. Links offer details of the hyperlink function or destination. interaction mechanisms that facilitate the user’s location and orientation information through the site are offered.
Multilingual version: on the home page of the site, you can choose the language you want to tour the site: English or Spanish. The main navigation menu: consists of nine tabs that lead to the various contents of the site: Institute, Research and Innovation, we offer, Training and Communication. Links to Footer: links is useful and legally binding pages: Page ACCESSIBILITY: This page presents the various modes of navigation within the pages of the site. Contact page: This page records all the information for any application. MAP WEB page: This page contains links to all relevant sections and pages of the site. Page DISCLAIMER: This page shows the disclaimer on the site.
All downloadable documents are in PDF or DOC format. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe site, or convert PDF standard HTML format using the online conversion engine of Adobe; To do this, copy the address of the link to the PDF file and paste it into the field provided for this purpose in the conversion tool Adobe Online.
This site uses W3C technologies (World Wide Web Consortium). The consortium aims to draft the set of international recommendations on computer languages used to create web pages (HTML, CSS, etc.) for the network to reach its full potential. We recommend using the following browsers: Firefox 4 or higher, Safari 4 or higher, Google Chrome, Internet Explorer 11 or higher.