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Keyboard navigation

 

 

You can use keys and key combinations (also called keyboard shortcuts or access-keys) to navigate through the page to perform operations as an alternative to using the mouse:

Use the TAB key to jump from one link to another and one form-field to the next one, and you use SHIFT TAB to jump back (in Opera you use the keys Q and A); please notice that on some browsers and on some operating systems full keyboard navigation must first be enabled (i.e. MAC OSX: System Preferences/Keyboard & Mouse/Keyboard shortcuts/Full Keyboard Access checked).

 

Accesskeys for this site
[s] Skip to page content
[0] Homepage
[1] Help for Keyboard navigation
[2] Main menu
[3] Sitemap
[4] Search
[5] Print
[6] Submenu (Menu on the link side)
[7] Full path to current page (breadcrumbs)
[9] Contact

 

Key combination: according to the browser (see also: Wikipedia, WebAIM)

Internet Explorer (WIN) ALT + Accesskey + ENTER
Firefox, Mozilla, Netscape+ (Win): ALT + SHIFT + Accesskey + ENTER
Firefox, Mozilla, Safari, Netscape 7+ (MAC OSX): CTRL + Accesskey
Opera ALT + ESC and then click on the accesskey in the list of the accesskeys displayed for that page
Conqueror (LINUX) press CTRL, release it and then click on the accesskey in the list of the accesskeys displayed for that page