Primary and secondary menu
The main menu on the left allows you to explore the site as easily as possible by giving each page of all major sections fixedly (limitation menus place ) . It includes three main sections: The Association - Winter Activities - Summer Activities .
The breadcrumb trail is a navigation aid that allows you to easily identify and navigate the site. And where you are and you can always go back or return directly to home viewing . It is located at the top of each new page .
Direct return to top
By clicking on the bottom right of the up arrow icon
Directly back to the homepage with the logo Handiski
Handiski the logo top will return automatically with a single click to the homepage of the site.
There are currently no search engine on the current version of the site.
The sitemap allows users to have a global vision of the structure of the site and direct access to its content. It is always in the footer at the bottom of page. Link sitemap
Informative pages are always placed at the bottom of page and used to directly access informative headings . You will find particular site plan, accessibility, legal as well as links to partners.
Presentation and consultation content
A default size is defined for each text element of the site. The user has the possibility to adjust from the dedicated browser function:
- With various browsers: Ctrl key + mouse wheel (front or rear )
- Microsoft Internet Explorer: Menu "View" then " Text Size "
- Firefox 2.0 and above : "View" menu , then " Text Zoom "
- Chrome: Menu and then "Zoom"
The pages are designed to print nicely , usually on one page .
Form fields always have an explicit label that is associated with them. This improves accessibility and allows when clicking on a label to position the pointer directly in the input field associated with it .
Downloadable documents are usually in PDF format.
If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe website: download Acrobat Reader.
Content and presentation
Much of the content is available in HTML , conforming format in respect of W3C technologies .
The use of CSS according to W3C compliance , separates ( in the case of use of assistive technologies) the bottom of the form and leave room only in the content without graphic .
The website was based on the recommendations of the WAI working group in charge of the digital accessibility to all situations of handicap whether motor, visual , auditory, mental, cognitive , disability-related or simply age including the growing population of seniors.
If, despite our efforts , improvements in the accessibility of the site can be made , do not hesitate to send us your comments and suggestions.