The definition of web accessibility by Tim Berners-Lee, director of W3C and inventor of the World Wide Web is: “Making the Web and its services available to all people, regardless of their hardware or software, network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographic location, or physical or mental abilities. ”


The accessibility of public services to disabled people is a necessity under the terms of Law 2005-102 of February 2005 for equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of disabled people. Article 47 of the law specifies that the online public communication services of the State, local authorities and their public establishments must be accessible to disabled people.

The decree implementing this law was published in the Journal Officiel on 16 May 2009 ;jsessionid=?cidTexte=JORFTEXT000020616980&dateTexte=&oldAction=rechJO&categorieLien=id


Rules in place

This website is intended to be as accessible as possible, but it is not perfect, there is still a lot of work to be done. Do not hesitate to send us your remarks and suggestions to .

Compliance with standards: this site complies with the standards of the W3C in terms of web page development. Only the main pages (home, contacts, site map, search engine, … and some content pages) have been tested. The sizes of the blocks composing the page (menus, content, etc.) are expressed in relative units, so their dimensions adapt to the content. Character sizes are defined with proportional units, i.e. you can change the size of the characters as you wish using the features of your browser:

– in most browsers: “Ctrl” + “mouse wheel” works correctly, – Internet Explorer: menu “View” -> “Text size” and choose the size that suits you, – Mozilla, Firefox or Netscape: press “Ctrl” + “+” to enlarge the text and “Ctrl” + “-” to reduce it, – Opera: press the “+” or “-” keys on the numeric keypad, go to the menu “View” -> “Zoom” and choose the zoom level that suits you.

Direct access links : a navigation bar is placed at the top of each page, with the following links: – Accessibility policy”: goes to the accessibility policy page, – “Go to menu”: focuses on the first menu entry, – “Go to content”: focuses on the content of the body of the page, – “Site map”: displays the site map.

Keyboard shortcuts are set up to facilitate navigation, they are based on the recommendations of the RGAA (see reference sites above): – “s”: go to the content, – “1”: go to the home page of the site, – “2”: go to the news page, – “3”: go to the site map, – “7”: go to the contacts page, – “0”: go to the accessibility policy page. The use of these keyboard shortcuts depends on your browser and operating system: For Windows : – Goocle Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Netscape: Alt + Shift, then “Keyboard Shortcut” – Internet Explorer: Alt + “Keyboard Shortcut”, then Enter – Opera : Esc (escape) + Shift (shift), then “Keyboard shortcut” For Macintosh: – Mozilla, Netscape: Ctrl + “Keyboard shortcut” – Internet Explorer, Safari: Ctrl + “Keyboard shortcut”, then Enter – Opera: Esc (escape) + Shift (upper case), then “Keyboard shortcut For Linux: – Mozilla Firefox: Alt + “Keyboard shortcut” – Konqueror (3.3 or +): Ctrl, then “Keyboard shortcut” – Opera 7: Esc (escape) + Shift (upper case), then “Keyboard shortcut”.