Accessibility

This site has been designed to be accessible to as many people as possible. Thus, all Internet users must be able to access all the content of the site without their possible physical or cognitive disability, their equipment or the performance of their connection constituting an obstacle.

Accessibility Statement

This statement was made on 04/25/2022.

Amiral Technologies undertakes to make its website accessible in accordance with Article 47 of Law No. 2005-102 of February 11, 2005.

In order to be accessible with the different means of navigation (navigation without mouse, without keyboard) as well as to people with disabilities using specialized software or hardware (voice reader, Braille range) or requiring customization of the display of the site (character magnification, contrast quality), the site largely complies with the recommendations of the General Administration Accessibility Guidelines (RGAA 4.0).

In order to maintain a high level of quality, the technical teams continually follow these accessibility standards and best practices when updating the site.

No accessibility audit has been carried out, so compliance with the general accessibility improvement standard has not been established.

Technologies used for the creation of the website:

  • HTML5
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

The site implements the following actions:

3.2

 In each web page, the contrast between the color of the text and the color of its background is sufficiently high (except in special cases) 

3.3

In each web page, the colors used in the interface components or the graphic elements carrying information are sufficiently contrasted (except in special cases)

4.10

 Each sound triggered automatically is controllable by the user

4.11

The consultation of each temporal media is, if necessary, controllable by the keyboard and any pointing device

4.12

The consultation of each non-temporal media is controllable by the keyboard and any pointing device

4.13

Each time-based and non-time-based media is compatible with assistive technologies (except in special cases)

7.3

Each script can be controlled by the keyboard and by any pointing device (except in special cases)

8.1

Each web page is defined by a document type

8.2

For each web page, the source code generated is valid according to the type of document specified (except in special cases)

8.3

In each web page, the default language is present

8.4

For each web page having a default language, the language code is relevant

8.5

Each web page has a page title

10.1

In the website, style sheets are used to control the presentation of information

10.2

In each web page, the visible content carrying information remains present when the style sheets are deactivated

10.3

In each web page, the information remains understandable when the style sheets are deactivated

10.4

In each web page, the text remains readable when the size of the characters is increased up to 200%, at least (except in special cases) 

10.5

In each web page, CSS declarations of element background and font colors are correctly used

10.6

In each web page, each link whose nature is not obvious is visible in relation to the surrounding text 

10.7

In each web page, for each element receiving the focus, the focus is visible

10.8

For each web page, hidden content is intended to be ignored by assistive technologies

10.9

In each web page, information is not given only by shape, size or position.

10.10

In each web page, information is not given by shape, size or position only.

10.13

In each web page, the additional content appearing when taking focus or hovering over an interface component can be controlled by the user (except in special cases)

10.14

In each web page, additional content appearing via CSS styles only can be made visible on the keyboard and by any pointing device

11.1

Each form field has a label

11.4

In each form, each field label and its associated field are joined (except in special cases)

11.13

The purpose of an input field can be inferred to facilitate automatic filling of fields with user data

12.1

Each set of pages has at least two different navigation systems (except in special cases)

12.2

In each set of pages, the menu and the navigation bars are always in the same place (except in special cases)

12.3

The “site map” page is relevant

12.4

In each set of pages, the "site map" page can be reached in the same way

12.5

In each set of pages, the search engine is reachable in the same way

12.6

Content grouping areas present in several web pages (header, main navigation, main content, footer and search engine areas) can be reached or avoided

12.7

In each web page, an avoidance or quick access link to the main content area is present (except in special cases)

13.1

For each web page, the user has control of each time limit modifying the content (except special cases)

13.2

In each web page, the opening of a new window is not triggered without user action.

13.7

In each web page, sudden changes in brightness or flash effects are properly used

13.8

In each web page, each moving or blinking content is controllable by the user

13.9

On each web page, the proposed content can be consulted regardless of the orientation of the screen (portrait or landscape) (except in special cases)

13.10

In each web page, the functionalities usable or available by means of a complex gesture can also be available by means of a simple gesture (except in special cases)

13.12

 In each web page, the functionalities which imply a movement of the device or towards the device can be satisfied in an alternative way (except particular cases)

Feedback and contact

If you are unable to access content or a service, you can contact us to be directed to an accessible alternative or obtain the content in another form.