Standard Accessibility Statement

Fondazione Cervia In per il Turismo , Torre San Michele, Via Evangelisti n. 4 , 48015 Cervia (Ra)  (hereinafter the Organisation) undertakes to make its website accessible in accordance with Italian Legislative Decree 106 of 10 August 2018, implementing EU directive 2016/2102 of the European Parliament and of the Council. 

This accessibility statement applies to the website:

Compliance status

The technical design and coding of this website have been performed in the best possible way to guarantee compliance with the accessibility rules and to ensure that it can be used correctly.
A specific widget has been implemented to facilitate accessibility for a range of user profiles (persons with physical disabilities, blindness, colour blindness, dyslexia, partial sightedness, cognitive and learning disabilities, seizures and epilepsy, ADHD).
This website partially complies with the requirements of Annex A of standard UNI EN 301549:2018 (WCAG 2.1, level AA) due to the non-compliances listed below.

Non-accessible content

The content listed below is not accessible for the following reasons: failure to comply with Law 4/2004

Compliance with the following criteria is not guaranteed (WCAG 2.1):

  • On links which open PDF documents, the user may not be advised of the format of the document they are about to open
  • General layout: some tags have not been nested according to the specifications
  • The majority of the PDF files are not fully accessible
  • Some non-text content may include some images without alternate text
  • Some pages are present in the links without alternate text
  • In some instances, there are inline frames and links without alternate text.
  • For videos, whilst it is possible to turn on subtitles for those hosted by third parties (YouTube and Vimeo), the availability of this service is not always guaranteed
  • The focus order is not always guaranteed to be the same as the reading order
  • On some pages, nested HTML tags may be used in a non-compliant manner
  • The order of tag headings is not always correctly followed
  • In some cases (for example icons) the content is generated using CSS styles
  • Some graphical elements have been positioned with absolute and non-relative references 
  • Compliance is not guaranteed on third-party plugins that are loaded within the website pages

Preparing the accessibility declaration.

This declaration is produced on the basis of an assessment in accordance with the requirements of Directive (EU) 2016/2102 by means of a self-assessment performed by the supplier using dedicated tools such as:

Reporting procedure and details of the supplier

The Organisation provides an email address for reporting instances of non-compliance and for requesting information and content which are outside the scope of the Directive. On this page there is a form for collecting reporting information which can be used by any user of the website. 

Procedure for sending reports to the Agenzia per l’Italia Digitale (AGID, Italian government agency)

In the event of receiving an unsatisfactory response or no response to the report or request within 30 days, the interested party may forward the report using the procedure shown on the AGID website.

Information about the website

This website was published on 19/03/2024; 
Were usability tests carried out? Yes;
CMS used: Pimcore.

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