The bombing of Gernika. Memory pedagogy

The bombing of Gernika. Memory pedagogy
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What is accessibility?

Accessibility consists of the access to information without any limits, for any person independent of their disability, be it sensorial, physical or technical.
Many people access the information of our site from contexts very different to our own.
We can have users who:

  • Use voice translators, braille, no sound card or browsers in text mode.
  • Have difficulties distinguishing colours, users with monochrome systems.
  • Have sight problems and need to adjust the text size of the webpage
  • Dyslexics.
  • Have physical difficulties, and are unable to interact with objects in movement.
  • Can not use a mouse.
  • Have an out of date browser, or a very new one that is not very common, or have turned off their browser.
  • Have cognitive problems

Definitively, accessibility is not just in the interest of people with disabilities, but also improves access to the webpage in general.

Accessibility policy

Our Guidelines for accessibility are the following:

  • We have based ourselves in the application and observance of the accessibility criteria or General Principles of Accessible Design established by the work group WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) which is part of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium).
  • Visual design. This website uses Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for the visual formatting of the information. Based in XHTML 1.0 for the source code of the webpage and CSS-1, thereby achieving maximum separation between the presentation and the contents.

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