Apologies for this being a little off topic. Please reply offlist or
direct me to somewhere I might get the relevant info.
I've just completed our company website and I've tried to make it as
accessible as possible. I've added 'accesskeys' and 'tabindex'
attributes to all the menu items and incidental links. The 'tabindex'
stuff is logical enough but as far as the accesskeys are concerned how
do people who might use them know what the pertinent keys are? Should I
provide a reference section somewhere on the page(s) or do alternative
browsers/screen readers etc recognise and display them?
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