Accessibility

Web access policy

This site was designed in accordance with the web standards defined by W3C, especially the directives for access to certain web contents governed by the WAI initiative. Thanks to this arrangement, the site is accessible to all Internet browsers, including senior citizens or disabled people with functional limitations.
The site conforms to access standards to the benefit of all Internet users. Here are a few of the advantages:

The content of the site is logical and arranged in a hierarchical order;
The pages are generally displayed between 30 and 80% faster;
The site is independent of the web browser being used.

Browsing principles

On all the pages of the site, the following browsing components are provided:

The Adami logo enabling you to return to the home page;
The priority links at the top and bottom of the page: contacts, access, site planning, legal information;
There is a lifeline telling you which page you are on and enabling you to move to the higher browsing level quickly;
The main menu and the secondary menu indicate the primary contents of this site.
Fast access links of the "go to content" type are particularly useful for people with reduced eyesight and also appear at the beginning of the page on every page of the site.

Text size

Small fonts may make reading on the Internet a challenge for some users.  This site has been set up so that the text size can be adjusted easily depending on the possibilities offered by the different browsers:

Internet Explorer: Select the "Display; Text size" menu;
Mozilla: Select the "Display; Text size" menu;
Opera: Select the "Display; Zoom" menu;
Safari: Select the "Presentation; Enlarge/Reduce text size" menu
If your mouse has a wheel, most browsers can enlarge the text size by combining the use of the wheel with a key on the keyboard:

Windows: Ctrl + mouse wheel;
Mac: Command + mouse wheel;

Compatibility with browsers

This site is compatible with all the recent browsers supporting HTML 4.01 and CSS 2 and complies with the HTML and CSS vocabulary recommended by W3C.

With respect to very early generation browsers, there is a possibility of your having display problems with the following browsers:

Netscape 3 and IE 3: incomplete management of HTML content and CSS page layout
Netscape 4 and IE 4: incomplete management of CSS page layout
Netscape 4, Camino, Galeon, Konqueror, Omniweb, Safari before version 1.2, Opera Windows /Linux before version 7 which do not handle keyboard shortcuts.