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What are Access Keys?

Access Keys or Accesskeys allow a computer user to immediately jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyboard.

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  • 1 – Navigation
  • 2 – Footer

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    Access Keys

    This site uses the following set of  Access Keys:

    • S – Skip navigation
    • 1 – Homepage
    • 2 – Sitemap
    • 3 – Search
    • 4 – Contact Us
    • 5 – Access key Details

    What are Access Keys?

    Access Keys or Accesskeys allow a computer user to immediately jump to a specific part of a web page via the keyboard.

    Who May Benefit From Using Access Keys?

    Access Keys can be crucial to people with motor disabilities who find using a mouse very difficult. They can also be invaluable to visually impaired and blind people who browse the internet using a screen reader.

    Using Access Keys

    This section details how accesskeys are implemented in various Web browsers and operating systems.

    • Chrome (PC): Alt + access key
    • Chrome (Mac): CTRL + Alt + access key
    • Firefox (PC) – Shift + Alt + access key
    • Firefox (Mac): CTRL + access key
    • Internet Explorer (PC) – Hold down the ALT key, press the number of the access key, release both keys then press ENTER
    • Safari (PC): Alt + access key
    • Sarafi (Mac): CTRL + Alt + access key