Access Keys at ALA

Alistapart (for people who make websites) is well and truly back. The latest feature is a tutorial about making your accesskeys more apparent to users with the magic of XHTML and CSS.

This site also uses accesskeys, but they are hidden - only if you hover over a link is the attribute revealed. This practice is not brilliant - we much prefer Stuart’s advice about making them clearly visible, so go on over and read the article (a link to this is permanently archive here, along with a number of other useful accessibility articles).

For information, here is a handy reference list of browsers that currently support the accesskey attribute.

Filed under: Accessibility
Posted by Accessify on Tuesday, June 17, 2003

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