Thread Subject: Re: Bypassing content.
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From: Smith, Jamie
Date: Wed, Jun 13 2007 8:05 AM
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W3 and a few other sites are using accessing keys as a tool. I noticed
that on several UK sites there appeared to be a consist use of access
key and a list of access keys so folks that were not reading code, could
actually benefit from the access keys. I believe webaim and University
of Ill. also use access keys. I know we use access keys on our web
application program to order talking books. It is a means too easily
navigate on a page. It seems like that is what our intent is more than
"by passing information".