At Fundiciones del Estanda we are committed to giving full accessibility to all the contents of our website. So we are applying standard technologies following W3C recommendations, and we respect the guidelines for accessibility proposed by the Website Accessibility Initiative (WAI). The main objective is to make all the contents and services provided accessible for everyone, regardless of any limitation in surroundings, connections, or of a personal nature that they might have.

Described below are some of the features adopted in order to improve accessibility and the user´s experience.

Adaptable page design

Responsive Web Design has been used to develop this Site, meaning that the pages will adapt to the size, resolution and orientation of the screen, and therefore to the user´s device; this means different types of device can have access (desktop computers, tablets, smartphones,...).

Scalable text

Relative font sizes have been used, compatible with the personal options for text size on browsers.


All the relevant images have an alternative text which can be reached by the descriptive "alt" tag, so that people who cannot visualise the images can get an approximate idea of their content.

Page structure

Tags have been used for semantic structure on each of the pages to provide the Site with a clear and robust hierarchy of its contents, using the HTML heading features such as h1, h2, h3 and h4. Thus some texts stand out more than others in order to give clear identification to the most important of each of the contents in the various sections.

Semantic information

Metadata is included to add semantic information to the pages and sites, making indexation easier for search engines.

Standard HTML Code

All the pages within this Site are validated by the W3C, using the HTML5 document type.


Separated presentation and contents

In designing this Site, contents have been separated from presentation by means of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), which are an advantage for the final user and for later maintenance, scalability and flexibility tasks.