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The website of the Office of the President has been designed in compliance with general principles of accessible design:

  1. Every page on the site can be navigated via the keyboard, without any need for a mouse.
  2. The website features accesskeys (:::) that visitors can use to jump to the main sections of the site.
  3. All images on the website are tagged with descriptive text.
  4. Descriptive text pops up whenever the user hovers the cursor over a link, so that the user can see what links lead to without actually clicking into them.

Navigation links in this website are grouped into four major blocks:
1. Top block、2. Main content、3. Bottom block

The accesskeys, also known as shortcut keys, are defined as follows:

  • Alt+U:Links on the Top area.
  • Alt+S:Search box in every page for searching this site.
  • Alt+C:Main content area shows the content of each page.
  • Alt+Z:Bottom Link area.

If your browser is Firefox, the accesskeys will be Shift+Alt+(accesskey letter). For example, Shift+Alt+C will let webpage jump to the center area of this page, and so on.

← → or ↑↓:Presses the left key and the right key or on the key and under the key moves the label order.
Home or End→:May move directly to the label first item or the last item.
Tab:Pauses after this label, may move using the Tab key to the content page glances over this material, meets when the radio button please coordinate to use ← → or↑↓to move the project order.
Tab + Shift:Presses Tab + Shift to be possible the round trip migration to the previous material;When moves to the label project you may continue to use ← → or↑↓to move the label order.