Cookies Policy

The website of the University of Cádiz uses its own and third-party cookies to carry out analysis of use and measurement of traffic, as well as to allow the correct functioning in social networks, and in this way to improve your browsing experience.

If you want to configure cookies, press the button Customize Cookies. You can also access the cookie settings at any time from the corresponding link in the footer.

For more information about cookies you can consult the Cookies policy from the website of the University of Cádiz.

Cookies customization

The website of the University of Cádiz uses its own and third-party cookies to carry out analysis of use and measurement of traffic, as well as to allow the correct functioning in social networks, and in this way to improve your browsing experience.

For more information about cookies you can consult the Cookies policy from the website of the University of Cádiz. You can also access the cookie settings at any time from the corresponding link in the footer.

You can configure the website cookies according to their purpose:

  • Statistical analysis

    Third-party cookies (Google Analytics) are used on this site that allow the number of users to be quantified anonymously (personal data will never be obtained to identify the user) and thus be able to analyze the use made by users of our service, in order to improve the browsing experience and offer our content optimally.

  • Social networks

    Third-party cookies are used on this website that allow the proper functioning of some social networks (mainly YouTube and Twitter) without using any personal data of the user.

Accessibility

Compatibility with standards

This website has been designed and programmed using the CMS WordPress (http://www.wordpress.org/), following the guidelines of the WAI 1.0 initiative at its AA level (Web Accessibility Initiative, www.w3.org/wai) and using standard formats set by the W3C, which sets international standards for the creation of web content with the intention of being accessible to all, so that it does not exclude those with any type of disability or technological limitations.

Legislative framework

The Spanish legislation on accessibility, which in its Law 34/2002, July 11, on Information Society and Electronic Commerce Services establishes that public administrations must take the necessary measures to ensure that the information available in their respective Internet sites may be accessible to people with disabilities and elderly people before December 31st, 2005. This law is partially developed by the Royal Decree 1494/2007, November 12, which approves the Regulations on basic conditions for the access of people with disabilities to technologies, products and services related to information society and social media.

The third point of Article 38 of the Law 40/2015, October 1 on the Legal Regime of the Public Sector, states:
Each Public Administration shall determine the conditions and instruments for the creation of virtual branches, subject to the principles of transparency, publicity, responsibility, quality, safety, availability, accessibility, neutrality and interoperability. In any case, the identification of the head office of the headquarters must be guaranteed, as well as the means available for the formulation of suggestions and complaints.