KIKU POCH

WEB: Accessibility Statement.

Francisco Poch Ripoll has committed to making his website accessible in accordance with Royal Decree 1112/2018, of September 7, on the accessibility of websites and mobile applications in the public sector.

This accessibility statement applies to the website www.kikupoch.com
Compliance Status

This website is partially compliant with RD 1112/2018 due to exceptions and non-conformities regarding the following aspects.

Non-Accessible Content

The content listed below is not accessible for the following reasons:

Non-compliance with RD 1112/2018

– There are logos and images with incorrect or confusing alternative text and complex images without textual description [requirement number 9.1.1.1 Non-textual content, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are incorrectly created lists (without a list tag), tables with incorrectly labeled cells, and invisible labels on form elements [requirement number 9.1.3.1 Information and relationships, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are tables not adapted to small screen sizes and form fields that are not correctly displayed on small screens [requirement number 9.1.4.10 Text Resizing, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
– There is text that does not display correctly when changing line spacing and heights [requirement number 9.1.4.12 Text Spacing, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are elements that are not keyboard accessible, such as social media links, text editor for comments, elements to sort search results, search result pagination, or calendar arrows [requirement number 9.2.1.1 Keyboard, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are elements that do not receive focus and thus cannot be interacted with via the keyboard, for example [requirement number 9.2.4.3 Focus Order, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are links in which their function is not correctly identified (they have an inadequate description, too generic text, an inappropriate title…) [requirement number 9.2.4.4 Purpose of Links, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are headings with repeated and/or little descriptive text [requirement number 9.2.4.6 Headings and Labels, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are images, infographics, link texts, or buttons, headline text, and content that are not translated into other languages [requirement number 9.3.1.2 Language of Parts, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
– The same icon is used for different purposes on some pages, creating confusion [requirement number 9.3.2.4 Consistent Identification, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are non-descriptive error messages, or error messages not grouped into a single message, as well as a lack of suggestions in forms for correctly filling out fields [requirement number 9.3.3.1 Error Identification, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are forms with mandatory fields where the user is not informed of this, as well as fields where a textual example of the field format is missing (such as for the DNI) [requirement number 9.3.3.2 Labels and Instructions, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are form fields where an error is reported when an incorrect value is entered but no suggestion is provided for correction [requirement number 9.3.3.3 Error Suggestion, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There are pages with syntax errors and therefore some assistive technology may not correctly interpret the content (duplicated page IDs, unclosed tags, incorrect tag construction…) [requirement number 9.4.1.1 Parsing, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
– There are pages where assistive technology will not be able to obtain information, interact, and be aware of the status of user interface controls, such as help messages, status messages of action results, link attributes, page language image… that cannot be read by screen readers at the time they appear [requirement number 9.4.1.2 Name, Role, Value of UNE-EN 301549:2022].

– There may be occasional editing failures on some web pages.
Disproportionate Burden

– Not applicable.
Content Not Within the Scope of Applicable Legislation

– There may be office files in PDF or other formats published before September 20, 2018, that do not fully comply with all the accessibility requirements. Although most of them have been made to comply