Liverpool Community Health supports accessibility on the Web. Every effort has been made to ensure that this website is as accessible as possible, based on recognised accessibility guidelines and standards. Please note that some older web browsers and access devices do not fully support some of these standards.
We hope you're not experiencing any problems using this website. However, if you do have any difficulty viewing the site there are some things you can do to make it easier.
Changing browser settings
If you are having difficulties viewing our pages, most browsers allow users to change the settings in order to alter the way pages are displayed, which may improve readability.
Most browsers allow you to:
- Ignore settings specified by a web page
- Change the size of the font
- Change the style of the font
- Change the colour of the font
- Change the background colour
- Stop images downloading (so they are not visible)
This site has been developed to work with all browsers on all platforms, and be accessible and usable to all visitors.
Changing font sizes
Using the scroll wheel on the mouse is definitely quick and easy, especially when you don't want or don't like to tinker around with browser menu options or keyboard shortcuts.
Hit the Control key and keep it pressed. Now, move the scroll wheel and see what happens - scrolling the wheel away from your hand will decrease the font size while if you scroll it towards your hand, the font size will increase.
How to report accessibility problems
If you come across any access barriers with our site, please email us and we will do our best to fix them.