Vuarnet site accessibility declaration

Vuarnet undertakes to make its websites, intranet, extranet and software packages accessible (and its mobile applications and digital street furniture) in accordance with article 47 of law no. 2005-102 of February 11, 2005.
This accessibility statement applies to the vuarnet website:

All items marked as FINAL SALE are not eligible for returns and/or exchanges.

Compliance status

The Vuarnet website ( ) is non-compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), version 2.1, due to the non-compliances and exemptions listed below.

Test results.

The compliance audit carried out by Clever Age reveals that:

● 40% of WCAG version 2.1 criteria are met
● The site's average compliance rate is 54.29%

Content not accessible
● 1.1.1 (A) Non-textual content: Any non-textual content presented to the user has a textual equivalent that performs an equivalent function;
● 1.2.1 (A) Pre-recorded video-only content: provide either a replacement version for time-based media, or an audio track (presenting equivalent information) for pre-recorded video-only content;
● 1.2.3 (A) Audio description or replacement version for time-based (pre-recorded) media: Provide an alternative version for time-based media or audio description of pre-recorded video content for synchronized media;
● 1.2.5 (AA) Audio description (pre-recorded): Provide audio description for any pre-recorded video content, in the form of synchronized media;
● 1.3.1 (A) Information and relationships: The information, structure, and relationships conveyed by the presentation can be determined by a program
computer or are available in text form;
● 1.3.3 (A) Sensory characteristics: The instructions given for the
understanding and use of content should not rely solely on sensory characteristics of elements such as shape, color, size, visual location, orientation or sound;
● 1.3.5 (AA) Identify the purpose of the input: The purpose of each input field collecting information about the user can be determined by a computer program;
● 1.4.3 (AA) Contrast (minimum): The visual presentation of text and image text has a contrast ratio of at least 4.5:1;
● 1.4.4 (AA) Text resizing: With the exception of subtitles and image text, text can be resized up to 200 percent without the aid of assistive technology and without loss of content or functionality;
● 1.4.11 (AA) Contrast of non-textual content: The visual presentation of the following elements has a contrast ratio of at least 3:1 with the adjacent color(s);
● 2.1.1 (A) Keyboard: All content features can be used using a keyboard interface without requiring a user-specific typing rhythm, except when the underlying function requires input that depends on the tracing of the movement carried out by the user and not just the starting and ending points of this tracing;
● 2.2.2 (A) Pause, stop, hide: For any moving, flashing, scrolling or automatically updated information;
● 2.4.1 (A) Bypass blocks: A mechanism allows you to bypass blocks of content that are repeated on several web pages;
● 2.4.3 (A) Focus traversal: If a web page can be navigated sequentially and navigation sequences affect meaning or action, elements receive focus in an order that preserves meaning and action. operability;
● 2.4.4 (A) Function of the link (depending on the context): The function of each link is determined by the text of the link alone or by the text of the link associated with a context of the link determined by a computer program, unless the function of the link is ambiguous for any user;
● 2.4.6 (AA) Headings and labels: Headings and labels describe the subject or purpose;
● 2.4.7 (AA) Visibility of the focus: Any interface usable with the keyboard includes an operating mode where the focus is visible;
● 2.5.1 (A) Gestures for Pointer Control: All features that use multi-touch or path-based gestures can be used with single-touch pointing without a path-based gesture, unless a multi-touch gesture or based on a plot is essential;
● 2.5.3 (A) Label in Name: For user interface components whose labels contain text or text as an image, the name
contains text that is presented visually;
● 3.1.2 (AA) Language of a passage: The language of each passage or expression of the content can be determined by a computer program except for a proper name, for a technical term, for a word whose language is indeterminate or for a word or expression that is part of the everyday language of the language used in the immediate context;
● 3.2.2 (A) On input: Changing the parameter of a user interface component must not initiate a context switch unless the user has been notified of this behavior before using the component ;
● 3.3.1 (A) Error identification: If an entry error is detected automatically, the element in error is identified and the error is described to the user in text form;
● 3.3.2 (A) Labels or instructions: Labels are presented or instructions are provided when content requires user input;
● 3.3.3 (AA) Suggestion after an error: If an entry error is automatically detected and suggestions for corrections are known, these suggestions are then offered to the user unless this could compromise the security or purpose of the content ;
● 4.1.1 (A) Parsing: Unless the specifications permit, in content implemented via a markup language, elements have full start and end tags, they are nested according to their specifications, they do not contain duplicate attributes and each ID is unique;
● 4.1.2 (A) Name, role and value: For any user interface component (including but not limited to form elements, links and script-generated components), the name and role may be determined by a computer program; states, properties and values ​​that can be configured by the user can be defined by programming; and notification of changes to these elements is available to user agents, including assistive technologies;
● 4.1.3 (AA) Status messages: In content implemented via a markup language, status messages can be determined by a computer program using a role or properties so that they can be presented to the user. user by assistive technologies without receiving focus.

Exemptions for disproportionate burden
No exemption for disproportionate burden was made.

Content not subject to the accessibility requirement
Article 3 of Decree No. 2019-768 of July 24, 2019 lists content exempt from the accessibility obligation. We have noted in particular third-party content which is neither financed nor developed by the organization concerned and which is not under its control:

● Cartography: Google Maps
● Information on payment pages: Ogone
● Modal window for banking authentication: DSP2

Establishment of this accessibility statement
This declaration was established on May 23, 2023.

Technologies used to create the Vuarnet site (
● JavaScript

Tools to assess accessibility
● Browser Code Inspector (Firefox, Safari and Chrome)
● Color Contrast Analyzer to test color contrast ratios
● W3C HTML Validator
● Automated testing via the aXe engine
● HeadingsMap extension to visualize the structure of titles
● Web Developer Toolbar browser extension by Chris Pederick
● Stylus browser extension for creating style sheets (CSS)

Pages of the site which have been subject to the conformity check
● Home:
● Contact:
● Legal notices:
● Accessibility page:
● Help:
● Login:
● Account creation:
● Collections page:
● Product page:
● Basket:
● Find a store:
● Shop page:
● Miscellaneous content pages:


Feedback and contact
If you are unable to access any content or service, you can contact the person responsible for Vuarnet ( to be directed to an accessible alternative or obtain the content in another form.
Send a message
Contact Vuarnet customer service:

If you notice an accessibility defect preventing you from accessing content or functionality of the site, you report it to us and you are unable to obtain a response from us, you have the right to send your complaints or a request for referral to the Defender of Rights.

Several means are at your disposal:
● Write a message to the Defender of Rights
● Contact the Defender of Rights delegate in your region
● Send a letter by post (free, do not put a stamp)
Defender of rights Free response 71120 75342 Paris CEDEX 07