In order to enable users to access all content and functions more easily, the following issues and measures have been taken into account in developing the http://barcelona.cat/grec website:
Multi-browser: pages can be viewed correctly using the different browsers used when testing them (Mozilla, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome).
Consistent browsing: ensuring consistency on the website so that browsing parameters are the same on all pages, providing a gratifying user experience.
Distractions: interferences are avoided. These include content flickering, exaggerated blinking and audio that starts up automatically.
Text images: generally speaking, all content – except logos and trademark images – is perfectly configurable, as text images are avoided.
Headings: page headings include the name of the website and the section in order to make it easy for users to ascertain where they are.
Language: the language of pages is correctly indicated.
Style: the language style used is simple.
Colour-based information: all information that is conveyed through colour is also accessible without using colour.
The development of the http://barcelona.cat/grec website took into account Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0), at AA level conformance, as established by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).To learn more about website accessibility and to configure the accessibility options for different browsers, enter http://accessibilitat.bcn.cat/ca where you will find information and resources on accessibility.Barcelona City Council is committed to continuing its work of reducing, as far as possible, the different barriers to accessibility on this website that still await resolution.
If you notice any difficulties in accessing content on the website, please do not hesitate to contact us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.