Keyboard access information

We are here to help you make your visit to our website as easy and informative as possible. This site has been designed to be user-friendly and as easy to read as possible.

Keyboard shortcuts are intended to help users who have difficulty in using pointing devices such as a mouse.

People with limited mobility may have a hard time controlling a mouse to click on links. The W3C introduced the accesskey attribute to enable users to select the appropriate key on their keyboards and navigate to a particular link.

Availability and use of Access keys is dependent on the Web browser and operating system that you are using.

Access Keys

0 Keyboard access information;
T Text size information
1 Homepage;
4 Search;
C Contact us;
O Details of our organisation.

Depending on your browser, use one of the following:

Microsoft Windows

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 and later - with the "Alt" key depressed, press the appropriate access key. Release both keys and then press the "Enter" key.
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer 4 - with the "Alt" key depressed, press the appropriate access key.
  • Mozilla Firefox - with the "Alt" and "Shift" keys depressed, press the appropriate access key.
  • Apple Safari - with the "Alt" key depressed, press the appropriate access key.
  • Google Chrome - with the "Alt" key depressed, press the appropriate access key

Mac OS X

  • With the "Ctrl" key depressed, press the appropriate access key.