What is e-accessibility?

An accessible website is one that allows all Internet users to access its contents without difficulty, including people with disabilities who use specialised software or hardware.

An accessible website makes it possible, for example, to :

Navigate with voice synthesis or Braille (especially used by blind or visually impaired Internet users).
Customize the display of the site according to your needs (magnification of characters, modification of colours and contrasts).
Navigate without using the mouse, with the keyboard only or via a touch screen.
Etc.
To do so, the website must comply with rigorous standards when it is designed and updated.

Aids available on this website

The menus
Main menu: this menu, located at the top of the site, allows you to access the main sections and pages of this site, wherever you are browsing.
Footer menu: this menu located at the bottom of the page presents the site map and allows you to access additional pages such as the Contact page, the Legal information page, the Site map, etc.

The search engine
On all pages, a search field is available. It is located in the upper right-hand corner. When you carry out a search, the site’s search engine lists the pages of the site that best meet your expectations.

Mobile

The display of the site adapts to different mobile devices to allow easy navigation according to the format and size of the screen.

Printing

Keyboard users, you can print any page of the site by accessing the desired page, then simultaneously pressing Ctrl + P on your keyboard if you are on a PC, or Cmd + P if you are on a Mac.

Bookmarking

Keyboard users, you finally have the possibility to bookmark any page as a favorite. To do this, go to the desired page, then press Ctrl + D on your keyboard if you are on a PC, Cmd + D if you are on a Mac.

PDF documents

If this site offers PDF documents for downloading, please note that viewing such documents requires Adobe Reader, which can be downloaded free of charge at this address: http://get.adobe.com/fr/reader/. Some browsers have a built-in PDF viewer.