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Understanding Accessible Content Navigation in FrameMaker

Users can navigate through the accessible content using keys on the keyboard. The following output formats support navigation keys:

Note: For the Dynamic HTML, navigation key behavior may vary based on the browser the user uses. For example, in Netscape and Mozilla, users must hold down the Alt key while pressing the navigation keys. In Internet Explorer, users must first hold down the Alt key while pressing the navigation key, and then press Enter.

The following table lists the how each output format supports navigation keys.

Navigation Key

Function

Format

1

Display the TOC

  • Dynamic HTML

  • WebWorks Help 5.0

2

Display the Index

  • Dynamic HTML

  • WebWorks Help 5.0

3

Display the Search tab

WebWorks Help 5.0

4

Go to the previous page

  • Dynamic HTML

  • Microsoft HTML Help

  • Oracle Help

  • WebWorks Help 5.0

If you are using Microsoft HTML Help, Alt+4 works only if the topic pane has the focus. If the topic pane does not have the focus, you must press Alt+0 and then Alt+4.

If you are using Oracle Help, you must press Enter after pressing Alt+4.

5

Go to the next page

Dynamic HTML, Microsoft HTML Help 1.x, Oracle Help, and WebWorks Help 5.0

If you are using Microsoft HTML Help, the Alt+5 key works only if the topic pane has the focus. If the topic pane does not have the focus, you must press Al+ 0 and then Alt +5.

If you are using Oracle Help, you must press Enter after pressing Alt+5.

6

Shift the focus to the related topics list displayed at the bottom of the current page

WebWorks Help 5.0

After you press the 6 key, you can press Tab to cycle through the entries in the related topics list.

7

Display a blank feedback e-mail (equivalent to clicking the e-mail button in the toolbar frame)

WebWorks Help 5.0

8

Print the current page (equivalent to clicking the Print button in the toolbar frame)

WebWorks Help 5.0

9

Bookmark the current page (equivalent to clicking the Bookmark button in the toolbar frame)

WebWorks Help 5.0

10

Shift the focus to the topic frame (equivalent to clicking within the topic frame)

WebWorks Help 5.0

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