Morr & Co Solicitors

Accessibility Statement

Morr & Co are committed to meeting the highest standards of accessibility and want to ensure no barriers exist when using our website regardless of technology or ability. We are always working to strengthen the usability of our website by adhering to web content guidelines.

Text Resizing

Most modern browsers have built-in accessibility tools, including zoom and text-resizing. To Resize your page:

PC users: Hold the CTRL key and press + or -

MacOS: Hold down the Command Key and press + or -

Accessibility Features

We have worked to make sure that this site is accessible to a wide audience, to ensure there is a better experience for all users and technologies:

  • Content images on the site use alt tags to summarise the purpose of these images. Purely decorative images are defined within CSS and have no alt tag.
  • Increased contrast between background and text for readability purposes.
  • Increased focus on elements for keyboard users - so that elements on the page can be clearly identified.
  • Headings have been nested properly across the site so that your user journey is not affected, HTML heading tags are used to produce page structure, with H1 tags being used for main titles and H2/H3 tags used for subtitles.
  • Navigation shortcuts have been implemented at the start of each landing page which allows you to jump to the main content of the page. These buttons can be seen when tabbing on your keyboard.
  • Navigation menus are marked up as HTML lists, this means that screen readers can project how many links are within the list so that this can be skipped if necessary.
  • The Morrisons website is fully responsive and should be accessible to users on all screen sizes.
  • Labels have been added to all form elements so that we can understand what each of the inputs purpose.

WC3 Standards

The Morr & Co site displays correctly in the most current browsers. Our website aims to conform to Level AA 2.0 of the W3C’s Website Content Accessibility Guidelines. A set of guidelines developed through the W3C process in co-operation with individuals and organisations. With a goal of providing a single shared standard for web content accessibility that meets the needs of the organisation and individuals.

Reporting Problems

Please be aware that our efforts are ongoing, we are committed to making the website experience consistent for everyone. Do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions or feedback regarding the accessibility of our site at: [email protected]

If you would like to find out more about the WC3s Website content accessibility guidelines please see here:

Conformance Date

This accessibility statement was originally issued in July 2019 and updated in January 2022.