Accessibility

 

Accessibility :

 What is « assistance for accessibility »?

"The accessibility of public communication services online on access to all types of information in digital form regardless of the means of access, content and method of consultation. The international recommendations for the accessibility internet should be applied to public communication services on line. "

Extract from the Disability Act of 11 February 2005

(Act No. 2005-102, Article 47)

According to standards established by the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) of the W3C organization (World Wide Web Consortium) standards and protocols should be followed in the construction of websites to ask benchmarks for all Internet users, especially for users with disabilities.

 

    Display Size :

    The texts on this site have a relative font size, so expandable as needed.

    To change the text display size, here are some tips that apply with most browsers:

    1. Ctrl + mouse wheel
    2. Internet Explorer "View"> "size"
    3. Mozilla, Firefox, Netscape: Ctrl + + to increase and Ctrl + - to reduce
    4. Opera: + to increase and - to reduce, or "View"> "Zoom"

     

    Some browsers shortcuts:

    Ctrl + N = Open a new window

    Ctrl + T = Open a new tab

    F5 = Refresh this page

    Ctrl + P = Print page

    Ctrl + A = Select All

    Ctrl + C = Copy to clipboard

    Ctrl + V = Paste from clipboard

    F11 = Full Screen

    Ctrl + F3 = View the source code of the page (Internet Explorer and Opera)

    Ctrl + U = Display the source code of the page (Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome)

     

      Navigation Help :

      1. A site map, a search engine and a contact form are accessible from every page.
      2. The navigation menu is displayed on each page (breadcrumb).

       

Markets

Marches

Museums

Musees

Movie

cine

Amusement parks

parcattractions

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