Accessibility

ACCESSIBILITY

NAVIGATING WITH HEADINGS
Most assistive technologies and some browsers facilitate navigation by headings.

Common screen readers provide functionality to jump to the next heading, for example:

  • H moves to the next heading
  • 1 goes to the next level 1 heading
  • 2 goes to the next level 2 heading
  • INSERT+F6 provides a list of headings, which can be sorted in tab order or in alphabetical order

In the latest version of the voicing browser Home Page Reader:

  • H moves to the next heading
  • Alt+1 sets Headings Reading Mode, then the down arrow key moves to the next heading and the up arrow key moves to the previous heading

In the browser Opera:

  • S moves to the next heading
  • W moves to the previous heading

NAVIGATING WITH PAGE LANDMARKS
Most assistive technologies and some browsers facilitate navigation by page landmarks, such as the page header, footer, and navigation blocks.

  • Move to next landmark: semicolon
  • Move to a previous landmark: shift + semicolon
  • Select a landmark: insert + ctrl + semicolon

NAVIGATING WITH ACCESS KEYS
Access keys are a means for people to jump immediately to a specific part of an HTML page by pressing ALT+SHIFT (PC) or CTRL (Mac), followed by the appropriate key on the keyboard, as defined by you via an access key parameter. Below is a list of access keys that are available for this web site.

  • Accessibility Help Page: Access Key (0)
  • Skip to Main Content: Access Key (S)
  • Skip to Main Navigation: Access Key (M)
  • Skip to Secondary Navigation: Access Key (N)
  • Skip to Top of Page: Access Key (T)
  • Home Page Link: Access Key (1)
  • Top Navigation Links: Access Keys (2-9)
  • Shopping Cart: Access Key (Y)
  • Checkout: Access Key (Z)
  • My Account: Access Key (A)

PAGE ZOOM
Most web browsers allow you to scale images and text up and down to meet your needs.

  • To increase the zoom level: CTRL + (plus key) or COMMAND + (plus key)
  • To decrease the zoom level: CTRL - (minus key) or COMMAND - (minus key)
  • To reset to 100%: CTRL 0 (zero) or COMMAND 0 (zero)

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