This website complies with the Stanca Law of January 9, 2004, no. 4 (Official Gazette No. 13, Jan. 17, 2004) and is drafted according to the international standards promoted by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) as part of the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative), or WCAG 2.0.
This website has successfully passed W3C HTML5 and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) validation for CSS version 3
1) Page evaluation tools, was carried out using the following operating systems and browsers:
a1) Operating environment: Windows 10
a2) Browser:Google Chrome vers. – Mozilla Firefox vers. 51 – Windows 10 Microsoft Edge vers. 38 – Microsoft EdgeHTML vers. 14
(a3) Automatic/semi-automatic tools for validation/evaluation of pages, was carried out by automatic or semi-automatic tools using the following applications:
a4) Operating environment: Windows 10
b2)W3C Markup Validation Services vers. 1.3 – W3C CSS Validation Services vers. 3 – Colour Contrast Analyser vers. 2.2
1. Statement of compliance with the 12 requirements
Declaration of compliance with the 12 requirements for technical verification under Art. 2, para. 2, and Art.
5, paragraph 2, of DM 08/07/2005
(in case of non-compliance or non-applicability)
The site does not provide information through audio content, videos, animations.
2) Methodology for technical verification
Outcome of the application to INTERNET pages of the analysis methodologies suggested in paragraph 2 of Annex A of DM 08/07/2005 (updated by DM 20/03/2013):
(a) Verification of platform independence
Are the information and services provided usable on various platforms and browsers indicated in 1 letter of this document? X Yes/No
(b) Use of accessibility-compatible technologies.
A web technology is defined as accessibility-compatible when it is compatible with the assistive technologies and accessibility features of browsers and other programs used by the user.
Compatible with accessibility?
Annotations Html 5 Yes – CSS version 3 Yes
(c) Verification of compliance criteria
1. Totality of technical requirements
All technical requirements, when applicable, must be met
2. Full pages
Compliance should be referred to entire Web pages taking into account the non-interference criterion
3. Comprehensive processes
When a service is delivered by a process that spans multiple web pages then all web pages related to it must conform, even when those pages are located on different sites
4. Information and service technologies
All information and services delivered in web pages, objects contained therein, and through applications made with web technologies must be realized with the technologies
compatible with accessibility as defined in 2 sub. above. b)
Any content that is not essential to the delivery of information and services, may be provided through technologies that are not compatible with accessibility as long as they do not prevent users from accessing the page information and services. For these contents, however, compliance with the checkpoints is required: 4.2 –
Sound control, 5.2 – No hindrance to keyboard use, 6.2 – Pause, stop, hide, 7.1 –
(d) Document format and content verification
The digital format of published documents needed to provide information or deliver services must be usable with technologies compatible with accessibility.
If a document does not meet these characteristics, either by its nature or because it is only available in a format that is not compatible with accessibility, then at least one of the following must be met:
a. the format and content of documents must also be made available in their entirety in a mode suitable for use through accessibility-compatible technologies and comply with technical accessibility requirements ;
b. for documents made available in digital format that cannot be used with accessibility-compatible technologies, or have content that does not comply with technical accessibility requirements, a summary and description of the purposes of the documents themselves in a form suitable for use with technologies compatible with accessibility, and ways of accessing information equivalent to those presented in digital documents that are not accessible. The above should be applied particularly to the content of the sites of public administrations referred to in Article 54 of Leg. 82/2005 – Digital Administration Code and subsequent amendments and additions.
Document format and content
Are the documents usable with accessibility-compatible technologies?
In case they are not compatible with accessibility:
Document format and content
Are the format and contents of documents also made available in their entirety in a mode suitable for use through accessibility-compatible technologies and conform to technical accessibility requirements?
To documents made available in digital format that cannot be used with accessibility-compatible technologies, or have content that does not comply with technical accessibility requirements, summary and description are provided of the purposes of the documents themselves in a form suitable for use with technologies compatible with accessibility and there is a clear indication of how information equivalent to that presented in the documents can be accessed digital not accessible?