Accessibility was logically at the heart of all these developments. That's why we took the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) into account as much as possible, a set of guidelines that aims to make the internet as accessible as possible for everyone. These guidelines take people with disabilities into account, among other things, and we provided an adapted Drupal output to comply with these guidelines. This means that we used link texts that are meaningful within their context and provided adapted tab indexes where necessary, added alt texts to all images, made the site operable via the keyboard, ensured that the site is correctly read by screen readers, provided the necessary colour contrasts, used ARIA attributes where necessary and built up a correct semantic header structure. In short, we took care of the necessary customisation for the new VAPH website. With all these elements, we also made a distinction between different types of help (urgent, directly accessible, non-directly accessible ...) in order to guide every visitor to the right pages as quickly as possible.