inSuit is activated by clicking on the inSuit tab enabled for this purpose, right on the web page. Alternatively, you can use the clearly identified link or button provided on the website home page.
The first time inSuit is activated on the website, a simple tutorial appears. A series of messages and instructions for using the interface provide the user with information about the tool’s main characteristics and features they will use for navigation. The next time you enter the website the tutorial will not automatically appear, but it can be activated at any time.
Since it is based on standard systems, inSuit works with the three latest versions of the most common browsers, including market leaders (Firefox, Chrome and Microsoft Edge).
inSuit works with all websites that have activated the service, at the discretion of the website owner. inSuit activation and configuration are maintained when browsing the websites offering the service.
Reading of web page content and options is activated by selecting the corresponding icon on the inSuit, menu bar located at the bottom of the page.
The different browsing methods are selected via the corresponding icon in the drop-down menu of the inSuit menu bar, located at the bottom of the page.
Yes, inSuit can be used to navigate through a PDF document using any of its tools for accessible navigation (technical aids), including the reading of content.
inSuit is a tool that serves a social purpose, and that is why we welcome any suggestions for improvement, especially since it is these users who can best detect shortfalls in usability. If you wish to participate in the improvement of inSuit and benefit thousands of people, send us your suggestions via our accesible email form.
inSuit helps users complete and manage all kinds of forms and ensures that the process is accessible throughout.
inSuit allows users to control and play all kinds of multimedia content, and in a manner that is fully accessible.
To deactivate inSuit select the corresponding option in the inSuit, menu bar located at the bottom of the page.
inSuit enables users to navigate between web pages featuring the activated inSuit tool.
inSuit does not require any changes to your web page. The only thing that is required is the addition of a simple script to the beginning of the page, which will be provided by our implementation team when you register.
inSuit automatically improves your web page in accordance with WCAG 2.1 guidelines, enabling it to meet accessibility standards and norms. And thanks to the inSuit, platform’s continuous development, your website will always stay up to date in terms of web accessibility.
Yes, inSuit enables you to use the most common authentication methods, such as digital certificates and usernames/passwords.
inSuit is cloud-based, and therefore it does not require any further infrastructure.
Signing up for inSuit is very easy. You can contact us aquí indicating the web pages where you would like to activate inSuit and our team will take care of the rest.
inSuit is a cloud-based service, which means that any improvements or new tools for accessible navigation (technical aids) will be incorporated into your web page automatically, ensuring that it keeps up with the latest web accessibility and usability technology.
inSuit based on the web page content as it changes and therefore any content that is inserted or changed will work with inSuit automatically.
Any changes to content and web page modifications that maintain its structure will work with inSuit automatically.
No, inSuit is an external service that does not overload the servers where your website is stored, nor will it cause your website to crash.
inSuit incorporates a WCAG engine – the standard upon which web accessibility standards are based. This therefore ensures conformance with web accessibility standards and guidelines.
In Spain, current legislation is set forth in Royal Decree 1112/2018, of 7 September, on the accessibility of public sector websites and mobile applications.
These are based on WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) published by the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative), which is part of the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium), the main organisation behind Internet standards.