PRIVACY / ACCESSIBILITY



Change your privacy & confidentiality settings (Cookies)

What is a cookie ?

A cookie is a small piece of text sent by the web server to the browser, and returned identically by the browser to the server.

Cookies are neither spyware nor viruses, since they are actually just plain text files and can never be executed.

For more details on what a cookie is, see the CNIL website or Wikipédia.

What are cookies for?

Cookies are divided into two main types: technical requirements and audience measurement.

In no event are cookies used to collect personal information, transmit sensitive data or transmit personal data to third parties.

technical Cookies

Some features of the website require cookies to be operational. They allow for example to memorize your choice of display of the site in a language in order to avoid that you are constantly obliged to remodel this information.

The full list of technical cookies used on Oreros Online and their usefulness is detailed a little further down.

These cookies, purely technical, are essential to the functioning of the site. If you refuse them, the elements that depend on it will not work.

Analytics Cookies

The site msl-tourisme.fr analyzes its audience. In order to better serve you, we measure the number of pages viewed, the number of visits, as well as the activity of the visitors on the portal and their frequency of return.

This improves the user experience of the site.

 

Cookies on this website

We use the following cookies:

Technical cookies

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These cookies are used by our host to memorize on which server cluster the site tasks are performed.
cc_social
This cookie indicates whether you agree to display the social share buttons.
cc_analytics
This cookie indicates if you accept the anonymous tracking of your navigation.


Analytics Cookies (if you accepted cc_analytics)

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These cookies are the analytics cookies of Google Analytics. Their presence and exact content is managed by Google Analytics.

 

How to refuse third-party cookies

Refusal of third-party cookies in the browser

You can simply block third-party cookies in your browser, following the procedure described on the CNIL website in first advice.

This will not prevent Oreros Online from functioning, since technical cookies are not third-party cookies.

However, given the lack of control over such a solution, you might prefer to use a solution presented in the next paragraph.

Use of anti-spyware

There are various anti-spyware programs that prevent the installation of audience analysis cookies, and many more.

The CNIL indicates what solutions are available with your browser, in its second advice.



 

ACCESSIBILITY

Display size 

epending on your needs, you can enlarge the display of the site:

To modify the size of the texts of the site:

Just use the + links (increase the display size) and - (return to the standard display size) located at the top right

List of keyboard shortcuts for major operating systems and browsers (source wikipedia)

Web Browser Activation key Effect Notes
Amaya ⎈ Ctrl or ⎇ Alt   adjustable in browser settings
Blazer none The element is activated as soon as the key is pressed. No changes needed on this mobile browser
Camino ⎈ Ctrl    
Chrome ⎇ Alt on Windows, FreeBSD and Linux (Note: ⇧ Shift is required under certain circumstances)

⎈ Ctrl + ⌥ Opt on Mac

  Supported in chrome verisons> 2.x
Firefox ⎇ Alt+⇧ Shift on Windows, FreeBSD and Linux

⎈ Ctrl on Mac (up to v14.0)
⎈ Ctrl+⌥ Opt on Mac (v14.0.1 and upward)

  Before version 2, Firefox only used Alt;
configurable thanks to "about: config"
Internet Explorer ⎇ Alt Before IE8, ⎇ Alt + Access Keyshowed the highlighted item, but required pressing the ⌅key to activate the item. this is always the case for hyperlinks in version 9.  
Konqueror ⎈ Ctrl The activation key must be released before the regular key (accesskey) is pressed.  
Opera none (Shift + Esc) must be pressed before The activation key must be released before the regular key (accesskey) is pressed. Adjustable
Safari 3 ⎈ Ctrl on Mac

⎇ Alt on Windows

   
Safari 4 and higher ⎈ Ctrl+⌥ Opt on Mac

⎇ Alt on Windows

   

Navigation 

Main menu

The main menu is always placed at the top of the page.

Search engine

The input field of the internal search form is systematically placed at the top of the page on the right (magnifying glass symbol).

Sitemap

The site map allows you to have an overview of the structure of the site and access to its content. It is accessible in the footnotes (always on the screen)

Scripts

The functions required for navigation and consultation are accessible without Javascript support.





Contact us

All of Moret Seine & Loing Tourist Office team is at your disposal.

  • Address:
    4 bis, place de Samois, Moret-sur-Loing, 77250 Moret-Loing-et-Orvanne France
  • Phone:
    01 60 70 41 66
  • Email:
    tourisme@ccmsl.com