What is digital accessibility?
An accessible website is a site that allows all Internet users to access its content without difficulty, including those who have a disability and use specialist software or hardware.
An accessible website may allow, for example:
- Navigation with speech synthesis or Braille displays (used by Internet users who are blind or visually impaired).
- Personalising the site’s appearance depending on individual needs (character enlargement, colour modification, etc.).
- Navigation without using the mouse, using a keyboard only or via a touch screen.
To meet these requirements, the site must comply with strict design and update standards.
Total.com’s compliance with AcceDe Web recommendations
At each stage of the website’s design, creation, and later updates, Total.com does everything possible to improve the site’s accessibility.
Total.com continues to improve the accessibility of its digital communication tools.
However, should you have a problem while navigating the site or when accessing certain content, please contact us with as much detail as possible about your particular requirements and the problem you have encountered in order that we can find a solution together.
Please contact us here.