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Browsing the website

This website offers several features that make it easy for all internet users to browse.

Main logo

The website logo displayed in the masthead on every page takes you back to the home page with a single click.

Breadcrumb trail

On all website pages (except the home page), a breadcrumb trail is displayed at the top of the main content.
This trail lets you find where you are in the website’s hierarchical structure.
It shows you the path you have taken from the home page to the current page, and also allows you to navigate to another page using the hierarchy.

Site map

A site map is accessible on all pages via a link in the footer.
The site map gives you an overview of the website hierarchy and direct access to the section or page of your choice.

Search engine

A search engine is available in the masthead on all pages.
When you carry out a search, this search engine lists the website pages that best match your search query.

“Top of page” link

A “Top of page” link is available at the end of each page.
This link allows you to quickly find the main menu and breadcrumb trail.

Features offered by your browser

In addition to the help available directly on the website, the latter has been designed to allow your browser to take full advantage of its own functions.

Larger font size

You can enlarge the font size on all pages.

If you are using a PC, press  Ctrl to enlarge font size. Pressing the key combination Ctrl + – reduces font size.

Successive presses of these keys allow you to increase or decrease font size in increments.

Also note that the key combination Ctrl (the number “zero”) allows you to return to the default text size.

Mac users can simply replace the Ctrl by the Cmd key in the combinations above to perform the same actions.

Keyboard navigation

This website has been designed to allow keyboard navigation on all pages.

In most cases, you simply need to press the Tab key on your keyboard to navigate successively from one clickable element to another on the page.

Alternatively, if you want to go back in the opposite direction, use the key combination Shift + Tab.


Keyboard users can bookmark any page.

To do this, go to the page you want to bookmark, then press the keys Ctrl from your keyboard if you are using a PC, or Cmd if you are using a Mac.

Website accessibility

What is website accessibility?

An accessible website is one that allows all internet users to access its content without difficulty, including people with disabilities who use specialised software or hardware.
For example, an accessible website allows:

  • Browsing using voice synthesisers or braille displays (used by blind or visually impaired internet users in particular).
  • Personalisation of the website display according to your needs (increasing font size, changing colours, etc.).
  • Browsing without using a mouse, with the keyboard only, or via a touch screen.
  • etc.

Site accessibility level

This website was designed and is updated based on W3C standards as well as WebAccess accessibility guidelines.
In particular it complies with the following accessibility criteria:

  • Style sheets are used to manage website layout
  • The main language of the pages is declared
  • Website pages have a unique, accurate title
  • Links and button headings are self-explanatory (understandable by nature)
  • Images that require it have alternative text
  • Section headings structure page content
  • Forms are accessible
  • The website can be used with a keyboard only
  • A “skip to content” link is available on all website pages
  • Text is not justified

Contact us

We are committed to making this website available to all internet users who wish to use it, regardless of their physical and/or cognitive abilities.
If, however, you encounter a problem while browsing or accessing certain content, do not hesitate to contact us, giving us as much detail as possible about your situation and the problem encountered so that we can work together to find a solution. Don’t forget to give us the URL of the page concerned.

Via the online form

To contact us via the online form, simply go to the “Contact” page and fill in the form.


To find out more about the website’s accessibility or how the various sections operate, click on one of the sub-menu buttons.