The implementation of article 47 of the law of February 11, 2005 for the equality of rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of persons with disabilities made accessibility a requirement for all online State public communication services.
Laboratoires-grimberg.com website has been designed to be accessible to as many people as possible, in particular those with disabilities.
This means that any Internet user can access all of the site’s content without his or her disability constituting an obstacle.
In order to be used by people with disabilities using a variety of navigation methods (navigation without a mouse or keyboard), specialized software or hardware (voice reader, Braille display) or requiring the personalization of the website’s display (enlarged characters, contrast quality), the website complies with the RGAA recommendations.
In order to maintain this high level of quality, the laboratoires-grimberg.com teams continually monitor accessibility standards when updating the site.
Digital accessibility standards include the following conditions:
- font sizes can be enlarged and reduced
- images have alternative texts when necessary
- language changes are indicated
- headings are multi-level
- tables are accessible to voice readers
- the site can be browsed without using a mouse, using tabbed navigation
- the colour contrasts are sufficiently contrasted or can be modified
- the pages are correctly structured and uniform, both in terms of graphics and editorial line
- the forms are accessible from any medium (desktop, tablet, mobile phone)
- style sheets are used to separate site formatting from the content. The use of CSS positioning properties, by completely separating presentation and content, ensures that documents retain a coherent order outside of CSS: title, menus, content…
- the HTML code used to build this site complies with W3C recommendations and has been tested using the HTML validator