Web accessibility of the Kéroul web site
With the turning of the century, universal accessibility to the contents on the Web is a question that is becoming more and more important in information technologies. When we speak of accessibility these days, we are not speaking exclusively of blind or disabled communities which use the Internet on a daily basis. We are also speaking of aging communities that have different needs, of an outdated computer population which requires special attention, or even, lost users that could use a little help to find themselves in this vast sea of information.
Kéroul is sensitive to the thorny question of accessibility to what is found on the Web. More than a moral concern, accessibility is an incontrovertible technological and political issue at the heart of current debates in society. To facilitate general use of our site by all of our users and to contribute to the reduction of the digital divide, we have put in place very simple functionalities whose goal it is to make visiting our site more enjoyable and better adapted to our visitors' needs.
All Internet users do not have the possibility to adequately browse with a mouse. To counter this problem, our site is entirely accessible by keyboard. With Windows, you can use the ALT key+ an access key; with Macintosh, the CTRL key+ an access key. Therefore, to access the Home page without a mouse, a Windows user will have to press ALT and 1, followed by the ENTER key. You can refer to the following table of keys to view the site in a new light:
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