The Atlantisud site endeavours to comply with the recommendations of the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) which determines how to make sites technically accessible, thereby facilitating navigation.

Keyboard shortcuts available on the site

Access to the tools

Keyboard shortcuts: 0 
Home: 1  
Site plan: 3 
Search engine: 4 
Contact: 5

Access to the main menu

News: 2
Economy of the Landes: 6
The business park: 7
Advantages: 8
Setting up business: 9
Living environment: i

How to use the keyboard shortcuts ?

The combination of keys varies between operating systems and browsers.

The keyboard shortcuts from 0 to 9 do not operate with the numeric keypad. To facilitate use of the numerical keyboard shortcuts, you must therefore activate the upper case lock or remember to use the temporary upper case key (shift).

  • IE Windows: Alt and , then enter;
  • Mozilla, Netscape, K-Meleon, FireFox Windows: Alt and ;
  • Opera 7 Windows, Macintosh, Linux: Esc + Shift et ;
  • MSIE Macintosh: Ctrl and , then enter;
  • Safari 1.2 Macintosh: Ctrl and ;
  • Mozilla, Netscape Macintosh: and et ;
  • Galeon/Mozilla/FireFox Linux: Alt and ;
  • Konqueror 3.3+ : Ctrl, then (successively) ;

Netscape 4, Camino, Galeon, Konqueror before version 3.3.0, Omniweb, Safari before version 1.2, and Opera Windows/Linux before version 7 do not support the access keys.

You can also browse our pages using the TAB key. The order followed is the order in which the links appear on the page. 
Once positioned on the link of your choice, hit ENTER.

How to increase/reduce the size of the text ?

You can alter the size of all texts using the following shortcut:

On PC 

Ctrl + mouse wheel or Ctrl and the + and – keys on the keyboard: 
increases or reduces the screen display size

Ctrl+ Shift + 0 on the alphanumerical keypad: 
initialises the size of the text


Use the apple key instead of Ctrl

Voice synthesis

The Atlantisud site is optimised for the use of voice synthesis tools. The contents are hierarchized such that voice playback can distinguish the different levels of the titles. An alternative text is allocated to each image present on the website.