Sodexo is committed to this public-spirited approach and undertakes to provide you with an accessible website.
"It is in the nature of the Web to be universal. It must be accessible to all disabled people."
Tim Berners Lee, creator of the Web and Director of the W3C.
This site has been designed in compliance with the web standards defined by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), and in particular the directives for web content accessibility laid down by the WAI initiative (Web Accessibility Initiative). As a result, this site is accessible to all Internet users, including senior citizens or people with disabilities who have functional difficulties.
A site complying with accessibility standards is of benefit to all Internet users. Among other advantages:
The content of the site is logical and hierarchically structured
Page display is generally 30 to 80% faster
The site is independent from the web browser used
You will find the following navigation elements on all pages of the site:
Priority links at the bottom of the page: accessibility, site map, contact
The breadcrumb trail, which tells you what page you are on and allows you to go rapidly to the higher navigation level
The main menu, which indicates the main contents and families of contents of this site
The text or font size can vary from every website you may visit. Smaller text can make reading on the Internet difficult. Small fonts can make reading on Internet difficult for certain users. This website has been created in a way that allows the size of the text to be adjusted easily to suit the needs of the user.
By clicking on the A- or A+ in the top navigation bar, you can either reduce or increase the text size as you need to in order to ensure you can comfortably read the text on this website. To allow the text size change to remain the same throughout the website, please make sure that cookies are enabled in the Options of your browser.
In accordance with the possibilities offered by various browsers, you can also change the text size in the following ways:
Internet Explorer: Select the menu options "Display: Text size"
Mozilla: Select the menu options "Display: Text size"
Opera: Select the menu options "Display; Zoom"
Safari: Select the menu options "Presentation; Enlarge / Reduce text size"
If you have a wheel mouse, most browsers allow you to increase the size of the text by combining the wheel with a key on the keyboard:
Windows: Ctrl + mouse wheel
Mac: Apple + mouse wheel
Compatibility with Browsers
This site is compatible with all recent browsers supporting HTML 4.01 and CSS 2 and complies with the XHTML and CSS vocabulary and grammar recommended by the W3C.
As regards very old generations of browsers, it is possible that you will encounter display problems on the following browsers:
Netscape 3 and IE 3: incomplete handling of HTML content and CSS page formatting
Netscape 4 and IE 4: incomplete handling of CSS page formatting
Netscape 4, Camino, Galeon, Konqueror, Omniweb, Safari before version 1.2 and Opera Windows/Linux before version 7 do not handle keyboard shortcuts.