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Accessibility

W3C WAI-AA WCAG 1.0

Public administration websites have a duty to fulfil the accessibility criteria set out in UNE regulation 139803:2004. This regulation sets out a series of features that all web portals must include in order to be accessible. It also serves as the basis for the ICT Accessibility Certification (Web Accessibility) currently in force in Spain.

The administration websites must also meet all the priority 2 verification points (adaptation of Double A level) set out in the Guidelines on Accessibility to Web Content (WCAG 1.0) by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

Red.es' main objective is to ensure that its website is as accessible and user-friendly as possible. For this reason it has been designed taking into account the standards and regulations currently in force in relation to accessibility, for which checks are carried out prior to the publication of new content. However, there may be pages which are not 100% adapted to these standards, as some of the sections included in the portal are currently in the process of being adapted and improved. If you have any problems accessing the information contained on this website, please contact us at sugerencias@red.es