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From: Glenda Watson Hyatt
Date: Sep 29, 2001 12:23AM
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Actually how to inform users what the accesskeys are is one of the
limitations. As I understand it, accesskeys are good in theory but
difficult to implement. I explain this in at brief article at
Others, feel free to enlighten me if I'm misinformed.
Good luck, Laura.
Glenda Watson Hyatt
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> Schoppa, Laura
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> Subject: QUESTION: Access Keys
> Hello -
> I understand that adding Access Keys to navigate around a page is
> a good idea for making accessible pages.
> My question is: How do you let the user know that, for example,
> ALT + L (if
> this is the keystroke combination assigned to go to a field in a form to
> fill out one's last name - see attached) - will take them to a certain
> Are Access Keys necessary to implement to be in compliance with 508?
> Is it a good idea to give the user a page of Access Keystroke combinations
> to get around a site in general? Are there any good examples out there of
> sites that employ Access Keys effectively?
> thanks for any info! <<form.htm>>
> Laura Schoppa
> Graphic Designer / Web Developer
> SI Enterprise Consulting Corp.
> Office: 703-905-1687