Servette Physiotherapy and Osteopathy Centre

Accessibility Policy


According to the definition of web accessibility, by Tim Berners-Lee, the director of the W3C and inventor of the World Wide Web, is:

"Making the Web and its services available to all individuals, regardless of their hardware or software, network infrastructure, native language, culture, geographic location, or physical or mental abilities".


Relative font sizes

The site uses relative font sizes to allow you to adapt the size of the characters displayed using your browser controls.
You can adjust the character size to your liking, however beyond a certain size, certain elements may overlap and make reading difficult.

Relative content and sizing

This website aims to be as accessible as possible but is not perfect.

Compliance with standards: this site complies with the standards of W3C in terms of web page development. Only the main pages (home, contacts, site map, search engine, etc. and some content pages) were tested.

The sizes of the blocks making up the page (menus, content, etc.) are expressed in relative units, their dimensions therefore adapt to the content.

Character sizes are defined with proportional units, meaning you can change the character size to your liking using the features of your browser:

  • in most browsers: Ctrl + “mouse wheel” works correctly,
  • Internet Explorer: “View” menu -> “Text size” and choose the size that suits you,
  • Mozilla, Firefox or Netscape: do Ctrl + + to enlarge the text and Ctrl + - to reduce it,
  • Opera: press the keys + or - on the numeric keypad, go to the “Display” -> “Zoom” menu and choose the zoom level that suits you.


Using these keyboard shortcuts depends on your browser and operating system:


For Windows:

  • Goocle Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Netscape : Alt + Shift, then “Keyboard shortcut”
  • Internet Explorer : Alt + “Keyboard shortcut”, then Enter key
  • Opera : Esc (escape) + Shift (uppercase), then “Keyboard shortcut”.


For Macintosh:

  • Mozilla, Netscape : Ctrl + “Keyboard shortcut”
  • Internet Explorer, Safari : Ctrl + “Keyboard shortcut”, then Enter key
  • Opera : Esc (escape) + Shift (uppercase), then “Keyboard shortcut”


For Linux:

  • Mozilla Firefox : Alt + “Keyboard shortcut”
  • Konqueror (3.3 or +) : Ctrl, then “Keyboard shortcut”
  • Opera 7 : Esc (escape) + Shift (uppercase), then “Keyboard shortcut”