Validity and accessibility

W3C is an acronym used to define the World Wide Web Consortium which is a non-profit organization that defines standards for web-related technologies.

Its mission is to define common standards in the field of Internet development and in particular in that of HTML code. The presence of the W3C acronym guarantees that the website is sufficiently accessible and complies with the good programming methods to be used for its design.

WAI is the acronym for Web Accessibility Initiative, the initiative launched by the W3C in favor of the accessibility of websites to Internet users with disabilities. Its goal is to allow people with disabilities (motor, visual ...) to navigate and move in the site without losing information.

In 2005, the obligation of accessibility of the public Web was legally created by article 47 of the law of February 11 (no 2005-102) for "equal rights and opportunities, participation and citizenship of disabled people", which states: "The online public communication services of the State, local authorities and public establishments that depend on them must be accessible to disabled people". The Ministry of Budget has written a document, called RGAA, which is supposed to dictate all the rules of good conduct to make a website accessible.

N124 communication meets all state requirements by providing sites with an AA level, with the exception of pages using Google Maps. Indeed, in order to further improve the user experience, dynamic maps can be integrated into the site, although their code is not RGAA compatible.