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Legal notes, content and responsibility
This web site and all its contents, including texts, images, sound and any other material, are property of the City Council of Murcia, and therefore, all its rights are reserved.
We only authorized the personal and non-commercial use. The modification of the web site or its contents is not allowed. The unlawful or unauthorized use of the information in this web site, as well as the damages that may be caused to the copyright of this Organism, will provoke the corresponding legal actions and the responsibility that may be derived from this actions.
We do not guarantee that the information given through this web site reproduces an official text in its whole content. Just texts in the Official Gazettes are subject to authenticity. The legislative dispositions and other documents and information in this web site only have an informative purpose.
The City Council of Murcia is not responsible of the information that can be obtained through links to external systems that are not dependent of the City Council itself.
Both the Access to the web site and the use of the information on it, are responsibility of the person who do it.
The City Council of Murcia is not responsible of any consequence or damage that may derive from the quoted access or use of the information, excepting all those actions resulting from the application of the legal dispositions to which the City Council should submit in the practice of its competences.
This site is intended to be accessible for everyone. We are interested in facilitating its operability and solving any difficulty you may find to have access to its content. If you find any difficulty to see any kind of content, please cooperate with us and send us an e-mail with your suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org
This web page has not been created to be compatible with any specific browser. We tend to apply the standards of an open model WWW. For this, we design each page bearing in mind the standards defined by W3C and therefore, any standard browser should show it in a proper way.
This web site is specifically designed using valid XHTML1.0 Strict and its visual presentation is based on valid cascade style sheets 2(CSS2).
We separate the content from the presentation, in order to provide our messages in an suitable format for the various devices which the citizens access the site with. All the pages have been labeled to properly transmit their structure. This way, navigation without styles, in screen readers, in just-text browsers or mobile devices, result satisfactory.
Likewise, we try to be strict with the accessibility guidelines proposed by W3C
If you have difficulties to properly see the content of the website (i.e. if you use a mobile device, a screen readers, if the colour combinations and sizes make the reading difficult, etc) we have designed some tools that can be helpful for you:
B/W: Accessible version in Black on White for a better contrast between text and the back of the screen.
W/B: Accessible version in White on Black for a better contrast between text and the back of the screen.
Big Size Text: Independently from the visual manner of the web site (normal, b/w, w/b) use this tool for enlarge the letters and facilitate the reading.
No CSS: If the structure or/and the aspect of the web site make difficult the navigation on it, you can use this tool for disabling the graphic styles. You will be able to see the web site in an easy and structured way. This tool is also recommendable if you are using a mobile device with a small screen.
In each page, through the right side menu, you can find the link for all the tools mentioned above.
Likewise, you can use the following direct keyboard accesses to activate them:
1: Accessible version in Black on White: Press 1 again to come back to the normal version.
2: Accessible version in White on Black: Press 2 again to come back to the normal version.
3: Bigger Letters: Press 3 again to get back to the normal text size.
4: Disable graphic styles: Press 4 again to get back to the normal version.
Keys to be combined with the keys mentioned above can vary depending on the browser you use (i.e. Alt+KEY in Mozilla Firefox)
Look it up in the documents of your software.
Another effort of the Sports Deparment about Accessibility and barriers elimination has been the adaptation of some of the information into the Spanish Sign Language (LSE). The symbol identifying the part adapted to it, is well known among most of the deaf community.
We mind your experience. We will pay attention to your critics, suggestions and comments about the difficulties you can find. Please, contact us.
Other Direct Access Keys
In order to facilitate the navigation through this web site, apart from the rapid keys mentioned above, there are some other direct accesses that can let you access the different web sections:
0: Back to the home page
m: Web map.
c: Contact with the City Council of Murcia via email.
i: Information page on this web site, the present document.
Help on additional tools
Sometimes different documents or forms are given in a PDF format.
It is necessary to have the corresponding program to see them. If you do not have any, follow these instructions:
1. Download Adobe Reader for free in its web page.
2. Once it is downloaded, install it following the easy instructions the program will command.
3. Once the installation is finished, any PDF document will be shown in your device.
Note: for the correct vision of PDF documents of this web site, we recommend you to have a version equal or superior to Adobe Acrobat Reader 6. Likewise, in order to fill in the PDF forms of the Forms Area, we recommend you to download the PDF documents in your PC instead of filling them in from the browser.
Data Protection Policy
According to the Organic Law 15/1999 of December 13th of Protection of Personal Data (LOPD), the details given by the user will be incorporated into an automated file that will be exclusively processed for the aim described. These details will be collected through the corresponding mechanisms, which will only contain the essential data in order to offer the service required by the user.
Personal data will be adequately protected according to the Royal Decree 994/1999 of June 11th, taking the necessary security measures to avoid their alteration, loss, use or non authorized access to third parts who can used them for different aims. Personal details given by the user subject to automated use will be only transferred, according to the 11th article of the Organic Law 15/1999 of December 13th, for the performance of aims directly connected with the legitimate functions of the assignor and the assignee with the previous consent of the user.