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Accessibility

What is meant by accessibility
In general, accessibility can be seen as the ability of a computer system, within the forms and limits allowed by technological knowledge, to provide services and supply usable information, without discrimination, to everyone, including persons with disabilities who require assistive technologies or special configurations. Creating accessibility within the web environment means allowing any user to access the site and utilise the services and information that it provides, regardless of operating environment, navigation tools and browser configuration.

Portal accessibility
The UNIMI portal complies with the provisions (and more specifically the criteria outlined for the technical appraisal - Italian text) of Law no. 4  of 9 January 2004, or the “Stanca” Law, which regulates the accessibility of Public Administration websites.
Furthermore, all pages within the website are valid XHTML 1.0 Strict and the presentation is structured using valid CSS 2.0.
With regard to online services, which were conceived at a time when this issue was not yet on the agenda, adaptation to accessibility requirements will be a gradual process. The new services will be designed taking into consideration the recommendations made by the aforementioned law.

Valid XHTML 1.0 Strict Valid CSS