Web accessibility

Accessibility policy

Here you can find information referring to the accessibility guidelines applied to the contents of the Airport Gurus portal, in its objective of achieving accessibility of its contents to people with disabilities or the elderly, in accordance with the provisions of the Law on Information Services. the Information Society and Electronic Commerce.

Declaration of conformity

Websites must meet the accessibility criteria indicated in the UNE 139803:2012 standard, in addition to satisfying all the priority 2 verification points (level AA adequacy) defined in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) specification. ) 2.0, by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

The Community is committed to providing non-exclusive web tools to citizens that maintain the greatest possible accessibility and to guarantee universal access to information.

The contents published on this portal must be able to be consulted and used regardless of any type of personal circumstance (people with disabilities, functional diversity, elderly people) or limitations derived from the environment or the context of use (device, connection speed, conditions environmental). The design interface must adapt to the people and not the other way around. The contents must be able to be perfectly presented by browsers on multiple devices or any other type of assistance tool.

Our accessibility guidelines

  • Compliance with the WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) standards of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), at level AA.
  • Verification of compliance with the aforementioned guidelines through the Web Accessibility Test (TAW).
  • Periodic audit of compliance with standards.

Last revision date

  • The last accessibility review of the  https://airportgurus.es/ portal  was carried out in April 2023.
  • Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 at  http://www.w3.org/TR/WCAG20  (equivalent to UNE 139803:2012)
  • AA Conformance Level : Automatic tools have been used to check the accessibility of the page and bugs have been corrected (tools like TAW, W3C Examiner and Validator causing some problems with HTML5 pages with RDFa and metatags).

Contents not accessible

There are certain contents that are intrinsically not accessible throughout this portal, such as maps, but in all cases an attempt has been made to provide an accessible alternative:

  • The maps are not accessible. Alternatives have been provided to alleviate this problem such as alternative address listings to maps, address marking with special labels, etc.
  • Semantic web features have been introduced that generate false errors with some validators.
  • Icons that help the user to better understand the content in view, but cannot be read.

NOTE: This declaration of conformity affects all pages located within the  https://airportgurus.es/ domain  , excluding the pages to which external links take us and embedded content from other domains.


The portal  https://airportgurus.es/  aims to be as accessible and usable as possible. It has been designed adapting to current standards and regulations in relation to accessibility. Periodic reviews of the website are carried out to ensure that the compromised level of accessibility is maintained.

In any case, it is possible that you will find some page or content that does not fully adapt to these standards, since the contents are under continuous review for updating and improvement.

We invite you to help us with your suggestions to make this portal an increasingly accessible place. For any suggestion for improvement or error that you wish to report, you can use our contact information and explain the case to us:

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Text size

It has been possible to control and size the fonts from the browser itself.

The way to access this customization varies depending on each browser and platform, with said option being in different menu locations.

In the following lists we show the route that must be followed in the most widespread browsers that allow this functionality:

On  Linux  and on  Windows :

  • Zoom in: Press CTRL +
  • Zoom Out: Press CTRL –
  • Reset to original size: press CTRL 0 (except Internet Explorer)

On  Mac :

  • Zoom in: Press COMMAND +
  • Zoom out: press COMMAND –
  • Reset to original size: press COMMAND 0
  • To change the size of the text, use the browser controls.

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

Firefox : On the menu bar, select View > Text Zoom Only, and select Zoom In or Zoom Out from the same menu. Only the size of the text changes, while the other elements of the page remain the same. If you want to change everything on the page, deselect Text Zoom Only and select View > Zoom In or Zoom Out. Select Reset to return the view to the original size.

Safari : In the menu bar, choose View > Zoom In/Out On Text Only, and select Zoom In or Zoom Out from the same menu. Only the size of the text changes, while the other elements of the page remain the same. If you want to change everything on the page, deselect Text Only Zoom In/Out and choose View > Zoom In or Zoom Out. Select Actual Size to return the view to its original size.

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

You can also use our accessibility hover button to adjust text size, fonts, and colors .

Technical characteristics

Among others, the following measures have been adopted:

  • The language used, the structure of the contents and the context information are simple and coherent and easily understandable for people.
  • Use of (X)HTML code to create standard documents. The content is marked with labels, providing context information and allowing the user to differentiate headings, sections, paragraphs, lists, etc.
  • The positioning of the contents is done through the use of CSS cascading style sheets. These standard premises adequately mark and allow the separation of the structure and the presentation of the contents. With this procedure it is possible to guarantee compatibility for different browsers and devices, allowing the use of navigation assistance technologies.
  • A legible font size has been used. It has been verified that the texts have sufficient contrast with respect to the background colors. The font size and the selected color tones can be modified with the tools that each browser provides for this. You can also use our accessibility hover button to adjust text size, fonts, and colors .
  • The images, except those that are of a decorative type, present an alternative description. The images have mandatory alternative text in such a way that an alternative is offered to those people who do not access the graphic content.
  • Functional alternatives for those users who have Javascript disabled. The Javascript, Ajax, etc. effects do not hide information or block access to those who use browsers that do not support these technologies.
  • The use of abusive pop-up windows is avoided.
  • The use of moving graphics and flashes is avoided and, in situations in which their use is essential, the necessary functionalities are provided to be able to stop the movement.
  • The use of color to give meaning to content is avoided.
  • Color tones that have been previously validated in the contrast algorithms between text color and background for WCAG2 are used.
  • Links provide details of the hyperlink’s destination. Navigation should be easy. The links must be informative and must comply exactly with the information that users expect.
  • A content manager (WordPress) is used to help maintain the accessibility of content over time.