Most browsers support jumping to specific links by typing keys defined on the web site. On Windows, you can press ALT + an access key; on Macintosh, you can press Control + an access key.
|Amaya||Ctrl or Alt|
|Blazer||None||Element is activated immediately upon key press.|
|Chrome||Alt on Windows, FreeBSD, and Linux (Note: Alt+⇧ Shift is required in some circumstances)Ctrl + ⌥ Opt on Mac|
|Firefox||Alt+⇧ Shift on Windows, FreeBSD and Linux|
|Internet Explorer||Alt||Prior to IE8, Alt + Access Key focused on the element, but required ↵ Enter to be pressed in order to activate the element. This is still the case for hyperlinks in version 9.|
|Konqueror||Ctrl||The modifier key must be released before the regular key is pressed.|
|Opera 15 and higher||Alt on Windows, FreeBSD, and Linux (Note: Alt+⇧ Shift is required in some circumstances)Ctrl + ⌥ Opt on Mac|
|Opera 12||⇧ Shift+esc||The modifier keys are released before the regular key is pressed. Once the modifier key is released, the browser displays the full list of access keys and their actions, and the user can hit the desired key.|
|Safari 3||Ctrl for MacAlt for Windows|
|Safari 4 and higher||Ctrl+⌥ Opt on MacAlt on Windows|
All pages on this site define the following access keys:
- Jump to Top of Page (t)
- Skip to Main Content (c)
Main site areas
- Home (1)
- Services (s)
- Meet the Team (m)
- Our Clients (c)
- FAQs (f)
- Contact Us (9)
- Sitemap (3)
- Accessibility page (k)
- Where appropriate, extra information about links is provided in the title attribute of the link tag.
- Links are coloured and underlined to distinguish from static text, while visited links appear lighter.
- Link text is written throughout the site so that it makes sense of out context.
- All non-background images used on the site have descriptive alt attributes.
- The website is readable with images disabled.
- All form elements have a corresponding label tag to associate the text description with the field
- The site has been built with W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines in mind.
- All pages on this site validate as XHTML 1.0 Transitional.
- The site follows correct mark-up standards and should therefore be cross-browser compatible
“The work on achieving the Investors in Diversity Standard has enabled us to plan, deliver and communicate our work on diversity. The Standard has ensured that all work on diversity is linked and established plans are not as a result of assumptions but from direct feedback from Stakeholders.”Dave King, Head of Human ResourcesScope