MIRA took into account the various ways by which people use the Internet in the design for this website, so that the use of this website is clear and easy for everyone.
All the pages on this website have been constructed in the most consistent, recognisable and semantically structured way possible. The font size on the website can easily be changed.
All the links are shown in a separate colour and/or are underlined. External links that open a new window are indicated with a visual symbol for which the alt-text says that the link opens a new window.
Links to specific files give an indication of the type of file concerned (pdf, doc) via the extension, they also state the size of the file.
If a pop-up window is opened this is notified and the window is scalable.
We strive to make all files available in an accessible format. We do everything within our power to make PDF-documents that are placed on the website after March 2009 into accessible PDF. Anyone wanting an accessible version of an older PDF file may contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or 015 451 461.
An HTML version for each file was not systematically provided for every file due to the large number of office files on our website. Anyone who would like to receive an HTML version of an office file may contact us via email@example.com or 015 451 461.
An alt-text appears if a segment (link, photo, figure …) on a webpage is touched by the mouse.
Separate from illustrations every image or complex figure is equipped with a clear and brief alt-text.
The website design takes account of the clearest possible contrast between the different colours used and the background colour.
We used XHTML and CSS. Technology that must comply with the guidelines given by W3C insofar as possible because we are convinced that user-friendliness and accessibility must have a solid foundation.
The font size in the CSS-style sheets is shown relatively so that your browser settings are respected.