The MUDO - Musée de l'Oise web site has been designed and developed to be accessible to all.  What is digital accessibility? An Internet site is "accessible" when anyone can browse it without difficulty by using a browser and/or a help tool.

Compliance with standards

The site  follows the recommendations of the Administrative Accessibility Guidelines (RGAA). It follows all rules corresponding to the AA level of accessibility.

If, despite our best efforts, you detect any errors on our site, please report them to us.  The XHTML code complies with the XHTML 1 Specification.0.

Structure and Presentation

The site's format is kept separate from its content through the use of style sheets. Use of the CSS positioning properties, by completely separating presentation and content, keeps documents in consistent order: title, menus, content, etc.

Browsing tools

This site offers various possibilities for consultation:

Fast access links

Located at the top of the page, these links provide direct access to the searched part (without having to go through irrelevant information):

links that take you directly to the page content

  • link to site map
  • link to the Accessibility page (this page)
  • Printable version

The "Print this page" tool is available on every page.

The "Print" function is also found in the menu bar at the top of the browser on all browsers: File > Print.

When a page is printed, all of the site's browsing information will be masked so that you can print just the useful content you need.

Add this site to your "Favourites"

In the menu bar at the top of the browser:

  • For Internet Explorer: Favourites > Ad to Favourites
  • For Mozilla Firefox : Bookmarks > Bookmark this page
  • For Safari: Bookmarks > Add to bookmarks
  • For Opéra: Bookmarks > Bookmark the page