This website has been built to provide a more accessible website to people with disabilities. Following the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 1.0 from the W3C World Wide Web Consortium the website HTML code and structure complies with the XHTML 1.0 Strict web standard and has at least passed accessibility checks to WCAG 1.0 (Level AA).
Most browsers support jumping to specific link destinations by typing in predefined characters via the computer's keyboard or other character generating input device.
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On a Windows® based PC:
Press the ALT key + an access key character.
If you are using the latest version of SeaMonkey or Firefox – currently ver 2 – then you will need to press SHIFT + ALT + an access key character.
If you are using Microsoft® Internet Explorer you may need to follow the key combination with the RETURN or ENTER key.
If you are using Opera press SHIFT + ESC (escape key) to bring up a list of available access keys and links, then press the designated access key character.
On an Apple Mac:
Press the CTRL key + an access key.
The Opera browser, on a Mac, operates using the same method detailed above.