The contents published on this CA2M site must be available for use by all, regardless of personal circumstance (disability, neurodiversity, older age) or technological state (device, connection speed, environmental conditions). The design interface must adapt to suit people and not the other way around. The site content must load correctly on a variety of browsers on different devices, as well as being compatible with accessibility tools.

Our accessibility guidelines are as follows:

Compliance with WCAG standards (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) from the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), at level AA.

Verification of compliance with the aforementioned guidelines through the Web Accessibility Assessment (WAA).

Regular audits for compliance.

Non-accessible content

This site contains some content that is by its nature not fully accessible to all, such as videos. In these cases, we have tried to provide an accessible alternative:

Videos. Video content is not currently covered by current accessibility standards.

NB: This declaration of accessibility applies to all pages that fall under the domain, not including links to external pages or embedded content from other domains.

The site and its sub-pages aim to be as accessible and usable as possible. It has been designed in accordance with current accessibility standards and regulations. The website will be reviewed regularly to ensure that the requisite level of accessibility is maintained.

In any case, it is possible that you may find some pages or content that does not fully conform to these standards, as we are constantly updating and improving our site.

We invite you to help us by sharing your suggestions to make this portal more accessible. To suggest improvements or report problems, please use this form:


All fonts used are sized in relative units, allowing them to be re-sized in the browser.

The precise method of customisation depends on each browser and platform, as this option is available in different locations in the menu.

The following lists describe how to access this function in the most common browsers that allow this functionality:

You can use the following key combinations in all browsers:

On Linux and Windows:

Zoom in: CTRL +

Zoom out: CTRL -

Reset or Original Size: CTRL 0 (except in Internet Explorer)

On Mac:

Zoom in: COMMAND +

Zoom out: COMMAND -

Reset or Original Size: COMMAND 0

To change the text size, use the browser controls.

Internet Explorer: In the menu bar, select View > Zoom In or Zoom Out, or select a percentage zoom.

Firefox: In the menu bar, choose View > Zoom Text Only, clicking Zoom In or Zoom Out on the same menu. Only the text size will change; all other page elements will remain the same. If you wish to change the size of all page elements, deselect Zoom Text Only and select View > Zoom In or Zoom Out. Select Reset to return the view to the original size.

Safari: From the menu bar, select View > Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller. You can select Zoom In or Zoom Out from the same menu. Only the text size will change; all other page elements will remain the same. If you want to change all elements on the page, instead of clicking Make Text Bigger or Make Text Smaller, go to View > Zoom In or Zoom Out. Select Actual Size to return the view to the original size.

Google Chrome: From the menu bar, select View > Zoom In or Zoom Out. Select Actual Size to return the view to the original size.

All pages must provide text-to-speech functionality accessible through this icon to read web pages ‘out loud’, not only on a computer, but also on iPhones and smartphones including Blackberry and Android, iPads, MP3 players, PDAs, game consoles, smart TVs and Internet kiosks.

Site users will not need to download or install any software. Just click the ‘listen’ button and the reading will start automatically. If you select part of the text, a ‘play’ button will automatically appear next to your cursor, allowing quick access to the text-to-speech function for the selected text. In addition to reading the content of the page, this tool also allows you to highlight the text sentence by sentence or word by word as you read.
By clicking the ‘content reading’ icon, you can configure features of the service such as reading speed, highlighter colours and vertical scrolling.

This system helps users with accessibility needs understand the contents of the site, including people with poor vision, people with reading problems or cognitive difficulties, people with dyslexia, non-native Spanish speakers, and so on.