An example of an entry page, with tools highlighted, is found below. To access entry controls using keyboard navigation, you can tab through the header navigation from the top of the page or shift-tab backwards from the entry text to find the entry control options.
An explanation of each tool can be found below:
All Credo entries have a built-in ReadSpeaker that will read the entry to the user. If your browser supports access keys, you can use ACCESS KEY + L to skip to the ReadSpeaker button.
Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera: ALT + L
You can also have your screenreader read the text to you. Select the Skip to Main Content link, which is the first link on the page, to skip directly to the entry text.
Tab - move forward through each link or form element
Shift-Tab - move backwards through the links
Spacebar - toggles the check when focus is on a checkbox
Up and down arrows - change selection when focus is on a selection list
Left and right arrows - move back and forth between radio buttons in a radio button group
The first link on any page is Skip to Main Content. This skips navigation elements in the header and takes you to the page’s main content.
The second link on any page is Skip to Search Bar. This skips navigation elements in the header and takes you directly to the search bar.
To find the search bar, start at the top of the page. The first link is Skip to Main Content. Hit tab once and the next link is Skip to Search Bar. Use this link to skip to the search bar.
Use the first link on the page, Skip to Main Content, to skip to the search results. This will skip to the first entry in the search results.
All search results use an h4 header. The title of the entry is read first. Hit the enter button to open the entry, or hit tab to continue browsing the search results.
After the title of each entry h4, there is a Quick View Button and a Save Button.
After the Save button of some entries is a thumbnail image. Tab past this to get to the next search result.