Accesibility

The two basic principles of accessible website design are to create pages that appear correctly and to make their content available in a comprehensible format that facilitates navigation through the website.

An accessible website is one whose content can be accessed correctly by the greatest possible number of users. The most important consideration when making a website accessible is to understand that people access the internet in very different ways.

An accessible website must therefore present information in such a way that users can access it independently of the hardware and programs they are using and independently of their physical and sensory ability to interact with the computer.

The Granada Provincial Council's Virtual Museum complies with the accessibility recommendations of the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Keyboard shortcuts

The following keyboard shortcuts have been defined for Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Google Chrome, Opera and Safari:

WINDOWS

alt+ 1 = Homepage

alt+ 2 = Introduction

alt+ 3 = Artists page

alt+ 4 = Artworks page

ctrl+ 5 = News page

alt+ 6 = Links page

alt+ 7 = Contact

alt+ 8 = Accesibility

alt+ 9 = Site map

MAC

alt+ 1 = Homepage

alt+ 2 = Introduction

alt+ 3 = Artists page

alt+ 4 = Artworks page

cmd + 5 = News page

alt+ 6 = Links page

alt+ 7 = Contact

alt+ 8 = Accesibility

alt+ 9 = Site map