Shortcut keys by browser
Internet Explorer and Google Chrome:
“Alt” + “1” – go to content
“Alt” + “2” – go to menu
“Alt” + “3” – go to footer
“Alt” + “Shift” + “number”
“Shift” + “Escape” + “number”
Safari and OmniWeb:
“Ctrl” + “number”
Navigating with the Tab key
Use the “Tab” key to toggle through user interface elements, such as links, buttons, form fields and other elements, in the order they appear on the page. Use “Shift” + “Tab” to toggle backwards. Use the arrow keys to scroll through text-based information.
Suggested programs available for people with disabilities
VLibras: translator of digital content for the Brazilian language of Signals – LIBRAS, with machine of legend;
Nitrous Voice Flux: control your computer using your voice. Free.
NVDA: open source screen reader that supports many languages (Windows).
YeoSoft Text: screen reader (supports English and Portuguese).
Jaws for Windows: screen reader (many languages).
Virtual Vision: screen reader for Brazilian Portuguese.
DOSVOX: a system for people with visual impairment (Windows or Linux).
Note: check your screen reader’s manual for the best way to navigate web pages.