Navigation Options

Mouse, Keyboard & Accessibility



This site is checked with an accessibility checker and with  WAVE  –  Please let me know if you are encountering difficulties using JAWS or any other text reader. (Please specify the software you are using and the specific page.) 


Bookmark a page:



Index Page link: 

HomeUse the check mark at the top of every page to return to the main page and index of links.



Keyboard Navigation:   

Windows — Enabled.    Tab key moves forward through the Address bar, Links bar, Explorer bars, and the items, menus, and toolbars on a Web page.  (See below.)

Macintosh — Needs to be enabled. System Preferences> Keyboard> Keyboard Shortcuts: Full Keyboard Access: All Controls  (Control+F7)


iPad (iOS) Users: 

 two-finger scroll

iPad: Use two-finger scrolling in text boxes to fully display text.  Scroll bars are not part of iOS 5.



button placement


Check buttons have been placed along the sides of the pages for easier use (with thumbs).





Keyboard Use

Mouse or Keyboard?



You can use your mouse to navigate through the practices.  However, if you are typing your answers, you may find it easier to use the keyboard to advance through the quizzes.  (Firefox for Mac does not yet support this option. Check Preference or Settings for possible updated changes.)


Instructions for tabbing through a page 

tab key Use the tab key to move from one item to the next.    (Backward: Shift+Tab)

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arrow keysUse the down arrow key to scroll to an option.  Return or Enter selects the option.

Use the Tab key to select the list below. Use the arrow keys or use the scroll wheel on your mouse button.





Enter or Return keyUse the enter or return key to select an option.
Use the Tab key to move to the check button. The Return or Enter key selects the option.

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  Use the Tab key to select the Reset.  Click Return or Enter to erase the text fields (empty the boxes) above. 
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