Aide et accessibilité : Website accessibility

Accessing the site LiA

The site offers features that provide easy access to its contents:

  • Font size is relative so that fonts can be enlarged or reduced using options available in browsers.
  • The pages are organized to be fully functional, even if your browser does not support "JavaScript".
  • All images have alternative text.
  • The site design uses a style sheet, to separate the content from the layout.
  • It is possible to navigate the site without using the mouse, using keyboard shortcuts.


Images have alternative text. Where relevant, complex images have a detailed description, either on the same page or on a dedicated page.


Data tables are marked in a way that can be understood by a screen reader.


All pages of the site have a title, which is unique, and makes the subject of the page clear.

Within the page, the content is structured using headings and sub-headings.

The content is organized in a hierarchical manner and is consistent.


Animations used in the site can be stopped by using the appropriate button.

Document downloads

Downloadable documents are available on the site. These documents are in Acrobat PDF format, so you will need Acrobat Reader. You can download it from the Adobe website: download Acrobat Reader.

Navigating in the site

The main navigation menu provides access to the major themes of the site.

The navigation aid, or « breadcrumb trail »  "You are here" is present in every page. It allows you to pinpoint your location precisely, and quickly return to higher navigation levels.

You can navigate from one link to another using the Tab key (press [Tab] and repeat until you select the desired link, then confirm with [Enter]).

At the end of each section is a link to "Top of the page". In this way, you can quickly find the main menu and the navigation path.


Keyboard navigation shortcuts

The keyboard shortcut(s) lets you bypass the navigation menus and go directly to page content.

The site map corresponds to the main navigation menu when it is fully extended.

To make navigation easier, keyboard shortcuts are present:


s - Skip the menu : enables you to bypass the navigation and go to main content of the page

1 - Home

3 - Site map

5 – Legal considerations

6 - Help and accessibility

7 - Contact the webmaster


Key combinations to validate these shortcuts differs depending on the browser used:

With Windows :

  • Internet Explorer: If the shortcut key is a letter: Alt + Hotkey then release these keys and press the Enter key
  • Internet Explorer: If the shortcut key is a number: Alt + Shift + Hotkey then release these keys and press the Enter key (does not work with the numeric keypad)
  • Mozilla, K-Meleon, FireFox, Chrome: Alt + Shift + Hotkey (does not work with the numeric keypad)
  • Opera 7 : Shift + Esc +  Hotkey


With Macintosh

  • Internet Explorer : CTRL + Hotkey then Enter
  • Mozilla, Safari 3.2.1 : CTRL +  Hotkey
  • Opera 7 : Shift + Esc + Hotkey


With Linux

  • Galeon, Mozilla, FireFox : Alt + Hotkey
  • Opera 7 : Shift + Esc + Hotkey


Netscape 4, Camino, Galeon, Konqueror, Omniweb, Safari before V1.2, Opera Windows/Linux before V7, which do not support keyboard shortcuts.

Further information

The site LiA was created in compliance with the accessibility standards established by Référentiel Général d'Accessibilité pour les Administrations. This reference applies to online public communication services, local authorities and public institutions that are dependent.


These standards correspond with international recommendations issued for Web Content Accessibility Guidelines proposed by the W3C.


The greatest care has been taken to implement these recommendations. Do not hesitate to provide us your feedback by e-mail: contact the webmaster. Describe the problem ; do not forget to include the address of the page concerned.