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Our website offers an accessible design with the aim of guaranteeing access to content to the greatest number of people possible, taking into account groups with physical disabilities and groups with different technological or access environments.

To achieve this, we have based ourselves on the Accessibility Guidelines established by the WAI (Web Access Initiative) working group that belongs to the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). Specifically, our website adapts to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, double A level, which are subject to other standards and considerations described below:

All pages on our website comply with the W3C’s XHTML 1.0 or HTML 4.01 recommendations, as the case may be. In all cases, we have followed the semantic and structured marking criteria to separate the structure from the presentation of the contents.

In addition, the presentation of the contents of our web pages has been developed in compliance with the W3C CSS2 recommendations. These standards guarantee access to information on the web through any browsing device that follows the W3C standards and recommendations.

We are committed to continuing to improve the accessibility of our website and welcome any comments or suggestions our users may have to help us achieve this goal.