Accessibility Statement

In this portal, you will find information about the accessibility guidelines applied to the contents of the website with the aim of ensuring that people with disabilities or elderly individuals can access them, thereby complying with the provisions of the Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce for websites.


Vicente Luna is committed to complying with the Royal Decree 1112/2018 of September 7, on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications, which transposes Directive (EU) 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council of October 26, 2016. With this commitment, Vicente Luna seeks to ensure universal access to the information found on its website, offering non-exclusive tools and providing the most accessible user experience possible.

The contents published on the website of Vicente Luna must be consultable and usable independently of users’ personal circumstances, such as disabilities, functional diversity, or advanced age, as well as limitations derived from the environment or context of use, such as the device used, connection speed, or environmental conditions. The interface design should adapt to people and not the other way around, enabling easy and accessible navigation for everyone.

Additionally, the contents must be perfectly presented on multiple devices and any other type of assistive tool. This aims to ensure a satisfactory user experience for all website visitors, regardless of their abilities or limitations.

This accessibility statement applies to the website and it is expected that the company will continue to work to improve the accessibility of its website in the future.

Compliance Status

In order to ensure the accessibility of the site, a self-evaluation process of the website has been carried out to determine its compliance with the Royal Decree 1112/2018 of September 7, on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications. Following this analysis, it has been determined that the website presents certain non-compliance with this Royal Decree.

Specifically, aspects that do not comply with the specifications established in the Royal Decree 1112/2018, which affect the accessibility of the website, have been identified. Despite this, it has been determined that the website is partially compliant with the Royal Decree 1112/2018, as it presents some aspects that comply with the established specifications.

It is important to mention that, although these non-compliances have been identified, the company Vicente Luna is committed to improving the website’s accessibility and working to fully comply with the Royal Decree 1112/2018. It is expected that, through the implementation of necessary measures, full compliance with this Royal Decree will be achieved in the near future.

Technical Features

In order to ensure website accessibility, a series of measures have been adopted to improve the browsing experience for people with disabilities. Some of the implemented measures include:

  • Using simple and coherent language to structure the content, making it easily understandable for all individuals.
  • Creating standard documents using (X)HTML code to provide context information to the content and allow users to differentiate headings, sections, paragraphs, lists, and other elements.
  • Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to position the content properly, separating the structure and presentation of the content to ensure compatibility with different browsers and devices, enabling the use of navigation assistive technologies like screen readers for visually impaired individuals.
  • Utilizing a legible font size and ensuring sufficient contrast between text and background colors, allowing users to modify the font size and color tones using their browser’s tools.
  • Providing alternative descriptions for images, except for decorative ones, to offer an alternative for people who cannot access graphic content.
  • Implementing functional alternatives for users who have JavaScript disabled, avoiding hiding information or blocking access for those using browsers that do not support these technologies.
  • Avoiding the use of pop-ups, moving graphics, and flashes, while providing functionalities to stop movement if its use is essential.
  • Not using color alone to convey meaning and utilizing color tones previously validated by the WCAG2 contrast algorithms for text and background colors.
  • Including links with Titles, which offer destination URLs for hyperlinks, ensuring easy navigation and providing precise information to users.
  • Using attributes in forms to facilitate accessibility for people with disabilities.
  • Employing a content management system (Drupal) that helps maintain content accessibility over time. This ensures that the website continues to comply with accessibility best practices and standards at all times.

In summary, measures have been taken to improve the accessibility of content, structure, and presentation of the website, providing alternatives for people with disabilities, avoiding access barriers, ensuring compatibility with different browsers and devices, and using content management tools to maintain accessibility over time.

Content Reading

This portal offers a text-to-speech functionality that allows users to listen to the content of web pages “out loud” from a variety of devices, including computers, iPhones, smartphones (including Blackberry and Android), iPads, MP3 players, PDAs, internet-enabled gaming consoles, and internet booths.

The user does not need to download or install any additional software to use this feature, simply clicking the “listen” button to start reading automatically. Additionally, if the user selects a part of the text, a playback button will appear automatically next to the mouse cursor for quick access to the reading function of the selected text. This feature also allows for highlighting the text, phrase by phrase or word by word, while reading. The user can also configure features such as reading speed, text highlight colors, or vertical scrolling. This system is useful for those who have difficulty accessing the website’s content, such as people with low vision, reading difficulties, cognitive challenges, dyslexia, foreigners, etc.