Accessibility policy
This site has been designed in accordance with the web standards defined by the W3C (World Wide Web Consortium). As a result, the site is optimally accessible to all Internet users.

Browser compatibility
This site is compatible with all recent browsers supporting HTML 4.01 and CSS 2 and complies with XHTML and CSS vocabulary and grammar recommended by the W3C.

In the case of older-generation browsers, you may encounter display problems with the following:
Netscape 3 and IE 3: incomplete management of HTML content and CSS layout
Netscape 4 and IE 4/5/6: incomplete management of CSS layout
Netscape 4, Camino, Galeon, Konqueror, Omniweb, Safari before version 1.2

Navigation principles
You will find the following navigation elements on all pages of the site:
The PagesJaunes Groupe logo enables you to return to the homepage from the internal pages of the site
Priority links at the bottom of the page: accessibility, legal notice, site map, Group sites
The breadcrumb trail enables you to see what page you are on and to move quickly to the next higher level in the navigation hierarchy
The main menu shows the main content and families of content on this site. A secondary menu (on the left, after the breadcrumb trail) shows the content in the same family.

Text size
Small fonts can make Internet pages difficult to read for some users. This site has been produced in such a way that the size of the text can be easily adjusted in line with the possibilities provided by the various browsers:
Internet Explorer: in the “View” menu, select “Text size”
Mozilla: in the “View” menu, select “Text size”
Opera: in the “View” menu, select “Zoom”
Safari: in the “View” menu, select “Make Text Bigger” / “Make Text Smaller”

If you have a scroll wheel mouse, most browsers can increase the size of the text if you move the scroll wheel while holding down a key on the keyboard:
Windows: Ctrl + mouse scroll wheel
Mac: Apple + mouse scroll wheel

PDF documents for download
This website may contain downloadable documents in PDF format without a directly related accessible version. If you do not have Acrobat Reader, you can download it from the Adobe website: download Acrobat Reader

Alternatively, you can convert PDF documents into conventional HTML format by using Adobe’s online conversion tool; to do so, copy the address of the link to the PDF file and paste it in the field provided in the Adobe online conversion tool (

Reading media in Flash format
Some content is available in Flash format. To view it you will have to download and install a plug-in (a small software program) available free of charge from the Internet at the following address: Plug-in Adobe-Macromedia Flash