Accessibility

All new Web content must conform to W3C/WAI's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0, Conformance Level "Double-A" with immediate effect, and that existing Web content be gradually brought into line, as they are periodically updated.

Access Keys

Access keys let you navigate around the site without using your mouse.

They can be used to jump directly to different sections of site or certain areas within a page, without having to move your mouse at all.

Table of accesskeys

General
s skip to main content of current page ( for non-visual browsers)
n skip to sub menu of current page ( for non-visual browsers)
Footer
8 go to Terms & Conditions
9 go to Contact Us
0 go to Accessibility

 

How to use Access Keys in your Browser

Browsers
Internet Explorer 5+ (PC) Hold down the ALT key, press the number of the access key, release both keys then press ENTER
Internet Explorer 4 (PC) Hold down the ALT key and press the number of the access key
Internet Explorer 5+ (Mac) Hold down the CTRL key and press the number of the access key
Internet Explorer 4.5 (Mac) Access keys are not supported
Netscape 6 and earlier (PC and Mac) Access keys are not supported
Netscape 7 (PC) Hold down the ALT key and press the number of the access key
Firefox, Mozilla (PC) Hold down the ALT key and press the number of the access key
Firefox, Mozilla (Mac) Hold down the CTRL key and press the number of the access key
Safari and Omniweb (Mac) Hold down the CTRL key and press the number of the access key
Opera Hold down the Shift key and press Escape, release both keys, then press the number of the accesskey

 

Notes & feedback

Please note that some assistive technology tools such as the IBM HomePage Reader and WindowEyes already make use of the alt+[ access key ] combinations. As such, users of these tools will not be able to use these access keys .

These access key assignments are based on research into best practice across the web (in an attempt to be consistent with other sites' access keys), and an understanding of the key global navigation requirements of users.