Our commitment to accessibility. Creating Careers is aware that not all of its web pages are completely accessible to all users. We are, however, committed to web site accessibility for all our users and we have a programme of continual improvement in place to help us meet our objective of 100 percent accessibility for all users.
Use your TAB key to navigate through all clickable elements on any web page. Pressing SHIFT + TAB will navigate through clickable elements in reverse.
Most modern web browsers allow for full page zooming. While holding CTRL press either the '+' and '-' keys to zoom in and out or scroll the mouse wheel. Note: This functionality is not available in older browsers such as Internet Explorer 6 and older.
To use access keys in:
- Internet Explorer 7/8 : ALT + access key (release both keys) + Enter to follow link.
- Internet Explorer 5/6 : hold the ALT key and press the number/letter of the relevant access key (this highlights the correct link), then press RETURN.
- Internet Explorer 4 : hold the ALT key and press the number/letter of the relevant access key. Internet Explorer 4.5 for Mac: access keys are not supported.
- Firefox 2 + : press ALT + SHIFT then the access key on WIndows and Linux. For Mac press CTRL + access key.
- Opera : SHIFT + ESC lists all access keys for the current page. Then press the relevant access key to navigate.
- Safari 4 + : On Windows press ALT and then the access key. On Mac press CTRL + OPT and the desired access key.
- Safari 3 : On Windows press ALT and then the access key. On Mac press CTRL and the required access key.
- Chrome 3 + : In Windows press ALT and the access key. (Note: Pressing the SHIFT key is required in some circumstances). On Mac press CTRL + OPT and the required access key.
- Netscape : access keys are supported in Netscape 6 - the user doesn't have to press RETURN unlike in IE 5/6.
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