Divisa Information and Technology aims to make our web presence accessible to everyone, with a design that allows access to our information and services to the greatest number of people possible and that overcomes any limitation of the user or the user’s environment.

To realise this goal, we have adopted the accessibility guidelines WCAG 1.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines version 1.0) established by the Web Accessibility Initiative group (WAI), belonging to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Specifically, we aim to ensure this webpage conforms to guidelines that apply to priority 1, all guidelines that apply to priority 2 and a subset of guidelines that apply to priority 3.

In the construction of Divisa iT’s webpage, we have followed the guidelines below


  • Intuitive and easy-to-use site navigation and alternatives
  • Alternative descriptions in image
  • Compatibility with viewing across different browsers and devices
  • Use of universal formats and alternatives

Text Size

Accessibility design allows the user to adjust the font sizes to suit them. This can be achieved through various commands depending on the browser being used. The guide below indicates the methods that correspond to each browser:

  • Mozilla Firefox: View > Text Size > Increase Internet
  • Internet Explorer: View > Text Size > Larger
  • Internet Explorer Mobile: View > Zoom > Larger
  • Konqueror: View > Increase Text
  • Opera: View > Zoom > %
  • Safari: View > Make text bigger
  • Google Chrome: Tools > Activate Zoom

Technical configuration

Web Pages

Alongside web accessibility standards, we have adopted XHTML 1.0 Transitional for the marking of content and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for the formatting and design of our web pages. These standards guarantee access to information across any browsing device that follow W3C guidelines.

Content Format

In certain cases, HTML pages may be supplemented with content available in other presentation formats. In these cases, we have opted for formats already implemented and with free plugins:


In order to view PDF documents, Adobe Reader must be installed in its Full Version. It includes a built-in accessibility plug-in for people with visual difficulties:

Download Adobe ReaderThis link opens in a popup window (link opens a pop-up in a new window)


Flash is used for videos, animations and multimedia integration.

Download Flash plug-inThis link opens in a popup window (link opens a pop-up in a new window)

Useful Information about Accessibility

Below we have detailed a series of links, organised into different categories, that may be used to obtain more information about accessibility.

Accessibility Rules and Technical Documents:

http://www.w3c.org/This link opens in a popup window

Consorcio World Wide Web, an international community work group that provide general guidelines relation to the web.

http://www.w3c.org/wai/This link opens in a popup window

W3C Accessibility Initiative

HTML Code Validation, CSS Pages and Accessibility:

http://validator.w3.org/This link opens in a popup window

HTML Code Validation

http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validatorThis link opens in a popup window

CSS Page Validation

http://www.tawdis.net/This link opens in a popup window

Taw Validation, testing diverse aspects of web page accessibility

Contact to Improve Accessibility

Help us make our web page accessible; we are grateful for your comments and suggestions about accessibility. You can send them to us via our contact page which can be found in the top menu of our website.