Web accessibility is the set of technologies and implementation and design standards that facilitate the use of the Internet for as many people as possible, including those who may have some type of disability. The Double A level is the intermediate level established by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the W3C and the most required. It is applied to those pages that respect advanced web accessibility criteria, such as the availability of subtitles for videos or the possibility of increasing the size of the text, among others.
The WCAG are recommendations for making websites accessible. Their purpose is to ensure that all types of pages, including multimedia, work correctly for all users. In general, for a website to be accessible it is not necessary to have a very specific design; it is enough for it to be flexible so that people can interact with it from different input devices (keyboard, mouse, etc.) and so that the different technologies it uses (Flash, Java, PDF or other plug-ins) are compatible with accessibility.
In addition, these guidelines make the pages more manageable. By facilitating navigation and allowing access to them through various devices, the user experience, usability and search engine positioning are improved.
SAT Esana, committed to Accessibility
SAT Esana has set as a priority objective that all people, regardless of their disability, age or the technology used, can browse its website without encountering access difficulties. To this end, the development of its corporate website has been based on compliance with the WCAG 2.1.
If you wish to check the Accessibility status of this website, you can do so here.
However, if you encounter any difficulty in accessing the information on our website or have any suggestions or questions related to accessibility, you can contact us via email email@example.com