Brendan MacLean wrote:
> ... Should I
> provide a reference section somewhere on the page(s) or do alternative
> browsers/screen readers etc recognise and display them?
People who need access keys have become accustomed to looking for
information about them with alt+0 (zero). Be sure to include an
"Accessibility Statement" that can be called via alt+0.
A technique that I sometimes use is to supplement that separate
accessibility statement page with a brief list of access key text on
each page. The list is hidden from visual display, but easily read by
screen readers using the "off left" technique described in the screen
reader visibility article.
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