Website accessibility

One of the main principles and foundations of the Servidis Group is the socio-labor inclusion of people with functional diversity. For this reason, every aspect related to Web Accessibility has been carefully taken care of.

In this way, a fully accessible Web has been created, various validations through different tools, the experience of users with disabilities and, of course, the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines defined by the WAI

With this, a Web has been achieved without obstacles and with easy access based on the Web standards defined by the Consorcio World Wide Web

The main actions that have been carried out have been:


As far as possible, we have tried to ensure that all those links found on the Web have the text totally related to the page to which it redirects. In addition, the HTML title attribute is used in those cases in which the link text is not clear enough or it opens in a new window.


All the images established with HTML code on the Web have alternative text so that all those people who cannot see them can get an approximate idea of ​​what we transmit in them.

Page structure

Semantic structuring tags have been used on each of the pages to provide the website with a clear and robust hierarchy of its contents through HTML header elements such as h1, h2, h3, h4, h5, and h6.

Thus, certain relevance is given to some texts with respect to others to clearly identify the most important of each of the contents in the different sections.

Accessible design and style sheets

One of the greatest advantages of the Web is the realization of its design based on style sheets and accessibility guidelines, which not only provide benefits to the end user, but also in subsequent maintenance, scalability and flexibility tasks.

In this way, a simple language has been used for the structure, efficiently and clearly separating the content from the presentation, leaving it centralized in style sheets validated by the W3C.

Standard HTML code

All pages contained in are validated by the W3C, following the HTML5 Transitional document type
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