Women's Health Concern

Accessibility

This website has been designed using cascading style sheets for visual layout. Font sizes are set relatively so they will increase or decrease with the size of your text size selection.

Images have a text alternative (a descriptive ALT attribute).

Access keys

Many browsers support jumping to specific links by typing keys defined on the website.

  • Windows: press Alt + an access key (followed by carriage return)
  • Macintosh: press control + an access key.

All pages on this site define the following access keys for navigating the main sections:

  • Access key 1 - Home page
  • Access key 2 - Help and advice
  • Access key 3 - News
  • Access key 4 - Events
  • Access key 5 - Health professionals
  • Access key 6 - Support our work
  • Access key 7 - Media
  • Access key 8 - About the charity
  • Access key C - Contact WHC
  • Access key M - Site map
  • Access key A - Accessibility
  • Access key D - Terms/disclaimer

Other access keys defined on this site are:

  • Access key S - Skip navigation
  • Access key B - Back to section index page (lower level pages only)
  • Access key T - Top of the page

Changing text size

Microsoft Internet Explorer / Firefox

In the menu that runs across the top of the page, click on View, then from the drop down list that appears select Text Size. A further drop down menu will appear to the side, from which you can choose a size to suit your preference.

Netscape Navigator / Mozilla / Opera

Depending on which version of Netscape you are using, you can change the size of the text by clicking on View and then selecting either the Text Zoom or Zoom option, then select either a percentage value or use Smaller/Larger.

Changing text colour

If you are using Internet Explororer you are also able to change the colour scheme of web pages by clicking Tools, then Internet Options. From the box that appears click on Accessibility (bottom right of the box). A new box will appear. Click to add a tick in the square next to 'Ignore colors specified on Web pages' then click OK. In the Internet Options box (which should still be open; if not, open it again) click the Colors button. From the box that appears uncheck the box marked Use Windows colors. Now you can select what colours you would like to see used on the website for text, background and links. Click OK to confirm your changes, and OK to close the Internet Options box.

Webmaster

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