Accessibility policy

Same contents (texts and multimedias) are displayed in both versions, Flash version, and HTML version. The HTML version complies with the W3C norm (XHTML 1.0 transitional) as well as the highest accessibility standard for internet services in the French public sector (RGAA).


1/ HTML Version



Text Size



The texts of the contents can be enlarged as required.
The browser headings allow easy modification of text size:
Internet Explorer: View menu, select Text size then select a size option.
Firefox or Chrome: use the [Ctrl+] keys to zoom in and [Ctrl-] keys to zoom out


Navigation aids



Links at the start of each document enable navigation to be made easier. The disabled, and in particular the visually impaired, can access the part they are seeking as soon as the page is loaded, thus avoiding the need to search through information that is not required.

Navigation of the site can be done by using the Tab key. This key can be used to go from one link to another, followed by the Enter key to execute.


Keyboard shortcuts (access keys)



Keyboard shortcuts are available for navigating between the key pages of the site. The use of these shortcuts varies according to the browser being used.


Equivalent alternatives to visual and auditory content



Text equivalents of non-text content (images, maps) is provided (via "alt") A French Transcription is provided for archives.


Configuration required



The site is optimised for screens with a resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels and thousands of colours, but can be displayed in 1024 x 768.

It can be consulted on PCs with Microsoft Internet Explorer, Firefox, on Macs with Safari and Firefox.

A broadband connection is advisable.


Listening excerpts



A recent version of Adobe Flash Player plug-in is required to listen musics. You should also check that your speakers are connected and the sound is turned up.


2/ Version Flash



A recent version of Adobe Flash Player plug-in is required for the Flash version. http://get.adobe.com/fr/flashplayer/