Web accessibility is the set of mechanisms of a website that makes it usable also for people with disabilities, for example, the use of a screen reader to vocalize what is written on the screen, or a mouth wand to click. At the same time, these mechanisms also offer benefits to everyone, such as using subtitles in noisy environments, providing better visibility in bright light with text having good color contrast, or larger clickable objects reducing the drop. dexterity when in motion. The accessible design improves the user experience for everyone.
This Ministère de la Sécurité publique website basically uses a content management system that already contains many accessibility solutions. The content must be perceptible (see or hear), operable (with a keyboard or voice), understandable (text that is easy to read and understand), and robust (usable by different assistive technologies).
Government of Quebec websites must comply with the Web Accessibility Standard, which is based on Web Content Accessibility Rules 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
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