The following accesskeys (based on the UK government standard accesskeys) work throughout this site:
- s = Skip navigation
- 1 = Homepage
- 3 = Site map
- 0 = Accesskey details
What are accesskeys?
An accesskey is a hidden navigation aid that allows people to perform a common action on a website by use of a keyboard shortcut. They are particularly useful for people who need or prefer to use the keyboard to move through a site.
Accesskeys are currently only supported in browsers including and after Internet Explorer 4 and 5, and Netscape 6+/Mozilla.
To use accesskeys:
- Internet Explorer 5+: hold the ALT key and press the letter or number of the relevant accesskey together, then press RETURN.
- Internet Explorer 4, Netscape/Mozilla 1: hold the ALT key and press the letter or number of the relevant accesskey.
- Mozilla 2: hold the ALT and SHIFT keys and press the letter or number of the relevant accesskey.
The site has been designed for Accessibility - it should read sensibly on a screenreader, and will retain its design as text size is enlarged. We recommend the Firefox browser for its performance in enlarging text: Press the Control and Plus keys together to make text larger, and repeat until the size is suitable. Press Control and Minus keys together to make text smaller.
As an alternative to navigation, all pages can be accessed from the Site Map.
Pages and documents on this site can be made available in large print and alternative formats on request.