In February 2008 and July 2010, the Foundation’s website received the bronze label from AccessiWeb.
Tim Berners-Lee, director of W3C and inventor of the World Wide Web, defined Web accessibility as follows:
"Making the Web and its services available to all individuals regardless of their hardware or software, their network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographical location, or their physical or mental aptitudes.”
For more information, please see AccessiWeb's website and particularly their page on Accessibility.
Videos about the Label and Accessibility
Below you will find two videos outlining the main issues and limitations regarding accessibility to the Foundation’s website. The first video introduces our technical service provider – Onext – and is presented by Rachel Foucard and Thomas Leroy. The second video is on the Foundation’s Computer Resources Service (CRS) and is presented by Xavier Mailhos and Hammou Fadili.
The videos were produced in March 2008 and are available in both high and low bandwidth versions.