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Accessibility

Accessibility

Manchester Neuro Physio has designed this site so it is as accessible as possible. Here are some tips on how you can use this site more easily if you're struggling to navigate the site, use a mouse or read the text.

Customise the text

The site uses style sheets to control font colours and sizes. You can override the standard settings through your web browser preferences.

In most web browsers you can increase/decrease the text size in your browser settings, or by pressing the 'Ctrl' and '+' keys.

Navigation

Hidden jump to content link for people using screen readers

There is a 'hidden' shortcuts marked jump to content at the very start of each page that can take the user straight to the main content area.

Users can access all parts of the site whether they are using a screen reader, a text browser, or a keyboard without a mouse.

Jump back to the top of the page

You can use the "back to top" arrow the bottom right corner of each page to jump back up to the top.

Site map

You can access a full list of the pages on our site by using the site map

Search for a page

If you're looking for some specific information, you can use the search facility at the top right corner of each page to find the information you want.

Find out where you are in the site

There are two ways you can find this out:

  • Section colour-coding: each of the main sections of the site has its own colour theme, as seen in the main navigation bar (the multi-coloured bar near the top of each page). A strip of colour underneath the navigation bar will match the section you're in.
  • Use the breadcrumb. This is found underneath the coloured navigation bar, marked with "You are here".

Bookmark your favourite pages

Press Ctrl + D (in most browsers) to add the page which you are viewing to your Bookmarks. This will allow you to find your favourite pages again quickly.

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