The Port Authority of Santander has incorporated a universal web accessibility platform to its website. A service that improves the accessibility and usability of the website in an automated way with the supervision of technical specialists, making it more accessible and inclusive.
The improved criteria used to achieve greater accessibility of the Web are based on the WCAG/WAI guidelines set by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), in its version of WCAG 2.1 guidelines and its AA level, the W3C is a supranational organization that is responsible for the supervision of technologies and the adoption of Internet standards, these guidelines are contained in the criteria required in RD 1112/2018.

To activate the accessibility functionalities on the website, activate the tab on the left side (ACCESSIBILITY OPTIONS).

The user will receive from the web the technical aids that will allow him to navigate in a way adapted to his needs and preferences.

Technical Support

Addressed to:

Navigation with keyboard

Blind people. Allows you to listen to a voice-over of the page content and navigate with the keyboard using numeric beacons.

Low-vision navigation

People with impaired vision. It allows to magnify the content of the pages, adjust contrasts and facilitate reading for people with dyslexia.

Voice commands

People with motor disabilities. Access to all page content through simple voice commands.

Navigation with Sounds

People with motor disabilities who have speech impairment. Allows navigation by emitting any type of sounds, by means of a sweep of the available options.

Pushbutton Navigation

People with severe motor disabilities. Navigation using any key on the keyboard as a single pushbutton, through a sweep of the available options.

Simple button navigation

People with cognitive disabilities and the elderly. Easy mouse navigation with visual highlights and virtual buttons.

Simple navigation with large text

Elderly people or those with low digital skills. Mouse navigation that allows enlarging the pointer size, highlighting links, changing color contrast, zooming in on content and structure, switching to a more readable or dyslexia-friendly font, and text-to-speech buttons on textual content.

These are some of the aids that allow people with disabilities to access all the information published in any format on our website: PDFs, images, videos, audios, tables, etc., as well as allowing them to fill out forms in an accessible way.