The Bendigo Primary Care Centre is committed to ensuring that our web site is accessible to all users.

How to access PDF files

Some of the documents published on this web site are PDF files. You will need a PDF reader in order to view them. If you do not have a PDF reader, you can download the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

How to alter text size

You can resize the text in Bendigo Primary Care Centre web pages using one of two methods that work in all browsers:

  1. Click the icons at the bottom of each page to increase [icon] or decrease [icon] the size of the text.
  2. On a PC

Press the Control and + key on your keyboard at the same time to increase the size of the whole page, or Control and – keys to decrease the size of the whole page.

On a Mac

Press the Command and + key on your keyboard at the same time to increase the size of the whole page, or Command and – keys to decrease the size of the whole page.

You can also change the text display settings in your browser. See:

Accessibility features included on this site

This web site incorporates a number of accessible design elements.

Navigation

The global navigation bar provides access to the site's major content areas. To assist people using screen readers, no images are used to create navigation bars.
The site supports keyboard-only access so that it is not necessary to use a mouse. Sections can be accessed by sequentially tabbing through the page elements.

Text

Users can resize the text in the web pages. If you have cookies enabled, these settings will be remembered each time you visit.

Images

We use blank alt attributes where images are used only for decorative or layout purposes. Text equivalents have been provided where images contain descriptive content.

Cascading Style Sheets

Cascading Style Sheets have been implemented in a manner that will allow users to turn off or override our styles and still be able to read the page content.

Relative sizes have been used for fonts and most other attributes. Padding and margins around some elements are given absolute values.

Heading elements

All pages on this site use structured semantic mark-up. Headings and sub-headings use the header elements <h1>, <h2>, <h3> etc. Important items have been highlighted with the use of <strong> or <em>, and lists have been marked up using <ul> and <li>.