RGAA audit report
Audit date: 04/11/2021
Audit carried out by: French Reference Centre for animal welfare
The version used to carry out the tests on the site https://www.cnr-bea.fr/ is version 4.0 of the RGAA, whose criteria are available via the following link:
The technologies used on the site are the following:
- WordPress CMS 5.3.10
- RGAA Compliance Plugin: WP Accessibility
- CSS 3.0
- Php 7.2.34
The following tools were used to check accessibility:
- Web Accessibility Toolbar for Internet Explorer
- Web Developer Toolbar for Firefox
- Web Developer Toolbar for Chrome
The rendering of content with assistive technologies has been tested in accordance with the test environment described in the RGAA 4.0.
The audit was carried out on a sample of 6 pages of the site with a total of 6 pages.
Indicate the list of URLS
An audit grid is appended to this report, which contains monitoring results for each page of the sample as they relate to the applicable RGAA control criteria.
The document is available in pdf format via the following link:
The average accessibility rate of the site is : 100%
Percentage of criteria met: 100%.
Percentage unavailable: 0%.
Average compliance rate of the online service: 100%.
Percentage unavailable: 0%.
- Each information element has a relevant textual alternative and a detailed description if necessary.
- The site does not contain any "text" images.
- Each framework has a relevant title.
- The titles are correctly prioritised.
- The site uses a relevant and easily accessible contrast management system.
- Information is not only provided by the colour.
- The site does not use audio and/or video resources.
- The site does not use interactive graphic content.
- The site does not use data tables.
- The site uses self-explanatory link labels, including contextual information.
- The site does not use scripts.
- For each web page audited, the generated source code respects the writing rules corresponding to Document type.
- The title of each page audited is relevant.
- The default language is shown.
- Tags are not used only for presentation purposes.
- The reading direction is indicated.
- The structure of each page audited is coherent and correctly marked.
- The use of headings and subheadings is hierarchical and structures the information.
- The overall structure of the site is coherent.
Presentation of information
- The site uses style sheets to present information.
- The information remains understandable when the style sheets are deactivated.
- The effect of enlarging the font size to 200% and redefining the spacing properties does not affect legibility.
- The links are correctly identifiable.
- The focus is signalled.
- The user can access additional content that becomes visible on hover or focus.
- Hidden content is ignored by assistive technologies.
- Information is not only given by the shape, size or position of an element.
- The site does not use forms.
- The site offers two different navigation systems within a set of pages (navigation menu and site map).
- The site provides the possibility to reach the main content groupings, in particular the main content area, via a quick access link.
- The order of tabulation is consistent.
- The audited pages do not contain any keyboard traps.
- Single-key shortcuts are user-controllable.
- The site does not use enforced actions after a certain period.
- The site does not open new windows.
- The site does not have moving or flashing content.
- The site does not offer any documents for download.
- The content of the site can be accessed from any screen orientation and with simple gestures.
- The site does not offer a motion-triggered action.
- The site offers an optimal user experience and complies point by point with the criteria of version 4.0 of the RGAA. It does not seem necessary to correct or modify the site to optimise its accessibility.
- The site offers a tool to maximise the readability of content (font size and contrast adjustment), which is easy to access.
Prioritisation of corrections
The RGAA audit consists of noting the non-conformities found on the audited pages.
No non-conformities were identified. Thus, there is no need to establish a plan to prioritise corrections. It is recommended that the audit be repeated if content is added, modified or deleted.
Feedback and contact
If you are unable to access content or a service, you can contact the website manager to be directed to an accessible alternative or to obtain the content in another form.
Send a message to the following e-mail address: email@example.com
This procedure is to be used in the following case.
You have notified the website manager of a lack of accessibility that prevents you from accessing content or services on the portal and you have not received a satisfactory response.
- Write a message to the Human Rights Defender
- Contact the local representative of the Human Rights Defender in your region
- Send a letter by post (free of charge, do not put a stamp): Human Rights Defender Free reply 71120 75342 Paris CEDEX 07