What is a Web Navigation Guide for?
To make accessing the information easier.
This guide contains and defines the following:
- The navigation design and the different areas of the screen.
- The content structure
- The development criteria as regards compliance with standards and accessibility.
II. AREAS OF THE SCREEN AND NAVIGATION
Given the distribution of the information on theCITES .es home page, the following sections can be defined:
The page header shows the Ministry of Ministerio de Economí y Competitividad and Secretariat of State and Trade logos with links to their websites, and a tools menu at the top with the contents in different languages and a key word content search engine.
The centre of the page includes the Menus for accessing the website's six main channels: The Agreement, Permissions and Certificates, Authorities in Spain, Useful Information, Legislation and Functions.
- In the footer: The different help options and information sources include: Navigation Guide, Accessibility, Contact Us, Site Map, Legal Notice and links to the W3C .
III. STANDARDS AND ACCESSIBILITY
Pursuant to the Information Society Services and e-Commerce Act, we are working to improve accessibility of the cites website.
The World Wide Web Consortium - W3C Standards
All pages on the official CITES (convention on the international trade in endangered species of wild fauna and flora) site (www.cites.es) meet all of the priority 2 verification points (level AA conformance) defined in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG ) by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI ) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).
For more information on Trade content accessibility, see the website's accessibility section.