The Zazpi Haizetara website is firmly committed to web accessibility and wants it contents to reach the largest possible number of users, irrespective of their status. To this end, it uses standard technologies established by the W3C and follows Accessibility Guidelines.

What is Web Accessibility?

Web Accessibility means access to the entire web, irrespective of the type of hardware, software, connection, language, culture or individual capacities. Among the recommendations provided for suitable web accessibility are methods which, if used properly, make browsing more satisfactory.

Further information about Web Accessibility.

How can I get my bearings?

The browsing menu with its main sections is located on the upper part. Access can also be gained from all pages to the website map from the bottom of this menu, where all the sections that you can access are listed in accordance with the website’s structure.

Can I change the size of the text?

The website does not use an absolute font size, but rather, has defined relative sizes that enable the user to modify them according to their needs by using the options provided by their preferred browser.

Keyboard shortcuts:

The website contains keyboard shortcuts to speed up browsing through its contents. To use these shortcuts, a combination of keys is used which differs depending on the browser and the operative system being used.

Internet Explorer 4.0

Browsers based on Gecko (Mozilla Firefox, Flock, K-Meleon,

Camino, Netscape, Epiphany, Galeon, SeaMonkey, IceWeasel, Minimo, etc.)

ALT + Keyboard shortcut key

Internet Explorer 5 or more recent ones

ALT + Keyboard shortcut key + Press ENTER


Press caps + Esc to activate shortcuts.


Press Control to activate shortcuts.

In the MacOS operative system

Control + keyboard shortcut key

Key and section corresponding to keyboard shortcut: