In order to adapt the Barcelona Nord station website to the needs of people with some type of disability, we have tried to follow the accessibility guidelines for web pages adopted by the World Wide Web Consortium -
The accessible design allows the user to adjust the fonts to the size that suits them. This action can be performed in different ways depending on the web browser used. The following is the menu action where this functionality is located:
Firefox. View > Text Size > Increase / Decrease.
Explorer. View > Text Size > Larger.
Mobile Explorer. View > Zoom > Larger.
Conqueror. View > Increase Font / Decrease Font.
Opera. View > Zoom >%.
Safari. View > Make text larger.
Accessible design takes into account that visual design can be turned off and content can be accessed in a single-column format with black letters on a white background (according to the default settings of most graphical browsers). On the other hand, there are also web browsers that allow you to select a personal style sheet, to adapt the presentation to the needs of the user.
Hotkeys are a navigation device that allows you to visit this website using the keyboard quickly. These keys link to the main sections of the web page. The shortcut key is the number in parentheses.
Destinations and times (2)
Station map (5)
Shopping gallery (6)
The station (7)
You can use the shortcut by choosing the key combination that corresponds to your operating system and browser according to the following table:
Navegador Windows/Linux Mac
Chrome ⎇ Alt + Shortcut key ^ Ctrl+⌥ Opt + Shortcut key
Firefox ⎇ Alt+⇧ Shift + Shortcut key ^ Ctrl+⌥ Opt + Shortcut key
Internet Explorer ⎇ Alt+ Shortcut key
Opera ⇧ Shift+⎋ Esc + Shortcut key
Safari ⎇ Alt + Shortcut key ^ Ctrl+⌥ Opt + Shortcut key
In order for the user to be able to scan the links on the page, we have made sure that the links make sense out of context.
Accessibility: an always active process
Web accessibility is built on criteria that in many cases are subject to subjective evaluation. On the other hand, access difficulties vary greatly depending on the type of disability that may occur in a user, and this means that the application of the criteria is not always optimal for everyone.
Whether it is to continuously improve the accessibility of the website, or to meet specific requests for access to content, we ask that you do not hesitate to send us any queries or requests you may have through the contact form.
JAWS, a screen reader for Windows. A time-limited demo version is available.
Lynx, a free text-only browser for blind users with Braille devices.
Links, a free text-only browser for users with a slow connection.
Chrome, Firefox or Opera, a visual browser with many accessibility features, including zoom.