Declaration of Accessibility

The entity Sweetpeople Confectionery S.l. has undertaken to make its website accessible in accordance with Royal Decree 1112/2018, of 7 September, on the accessibility of websites and applications for mobile devices in the public sector.(Opens in new window)This accessibility statement applies to the website

Status of compliance

This website is partially compliant with RD 1112/2018 due to the exceptions and non-conformity of the following aspects.

Content not accessible

The following content is not accessible for the following reasons:

1ºFailure to comply with RD 1112/2018

  • There are logos and images with incorrect or confused alternative text and complex images without textual description [requirement number Non-textual content, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are incorrectly created lists (without list label), tables with incorrectly labeled cells and invisible labels in form elements [requirement number Information and relationships, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are tables that are not adapted to small screen sizes and form fields that are not displayed correctly on small screen sizes [requirement number Text readjustment, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There is text that is not displayed correctly when changing the spaces and line heights [requirement number Text spacing, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are elements that are not accessible by keyboard, such as links to social networks, the text editor for comments, elements for sorting search results, the pagination of search results or calendar arrows [requirement number Keyboard, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are elements that do not receive focus and therefore cannot be interacted with via the keyboard, e.g. [requirement number Focus order, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are links where their function is not correctly identified (they have an inadequate description, too generic text, an inadequate title…). [requirement number Purpose of links, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are headings with repetitive and/or poorly descriptive text [requirement number Headings and labels, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are images, infographics, link or button texts, headline texts and content that are not translated into other languages [requirement number Language of the parties, UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • On some pages the same icon is being used for different purposes, which creates confusion [requirement number Coherent identification, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are poorly descriptive error messages, or error messages that are not grouped into a single message, as well as a lack of suggestions in the form to complete the fields correctly [requirement number Identification of errors, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are forms with mandatory fields where the user is not informed, as well as fields where a textual example of the field format is missing. (such as ID) [requirement Labels and instructions, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are form fields where an error is reported when an incorrect value is entered but a suggestion for its correction is not reported. [requirement number Error suggestions of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are pages with syntax errors and therefore some support products may not interpret the content correctly (duplicate page IDs, unclosed labels, incorrect label construction…). [requirement number Processing, of UNE-EN 301549:2022].
  • There are pages on which support products will not be able to obtain information, interact and be aware of the status of user interface controls, such as help messages, status messages of action result, link attributes, page language image… which will not be read by screen readers at the time they appear [requirement number Name, function, value of UNE-EN 301549:2022]. 
  • There may be occasional editing errors on some web page.

2º Disproportionate burden

  • It doesn’t apply.

3º The content does not fall within the scope of the applicable law

  • There may be office files in PDF or other formats published before 20 September 2018 that do not fully meet all accessibility requirements. However, efforts have been made to ensure that most of them do. 

Preparation of this accessibility statement 

This statement was prepared on 23/10/2023.

The methodology used to prepare the statement has been an in-house self-assessment.

Declaration last revised: 23/10/2023.

Comments and contact details

You can make communications on accessibility requirements (Article 10(2)(a) of RD 1112/2018) such as:

  • report any possible non-compliance by this website
  • convey other difficulties in accessing content
  • make any other queries or suggestions for improvement regarding the accessibility of the website

Via: page of contact

You may present:

  • A complaint regarding compliance with the requirements of RD 1112/2018; or
  • an accessible Request for Information relating to:
  • content that is excluded from the scope of RD 1112/2018 as established by Article 3(4)
  • content that is exempt from compliance with accessibility requirements because it imposes a disproportionate burden.

In the Request for Accessible Information, the facts, reasons and request must be clearly specified that the request is reasonable and legitimate.

Optional content

This website applies the requirements of UNE-EN 301549:2022 considering the exceptions of RD 1112/2018.

The last accessibility review was carried out on 23/10/2023.

The website is optimized for Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher and the latest current versions of FireFox, Safari, Opera and Google Chrome. The recommended minimum web resolution is 1280×1024.

The website is designed for Responsive viewing, so it is optimally displayed on tablet and mobile devices. On these devices it is optimized for viewing in the latest current versions of Chrome for mobile, Firefox for mobile, Safari mobile, Opera Mini and native Android browser.

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