Access keys are essentially keyboard shortcuts on a website that give a keyboard or screen-reader user quick and easy access to all the main areas of the site. The keyboard shortcuts for Triangle are as follows and can be used on any page:
S = Skip to content
1 = Homepage
2 = What we do
3 = Who we are
4 = Training
5 = Resources
6 = News
7 = Contact us
T = Terms & Conditions
0 = Sitemap
A = Accessibility
Y = Young Triangle
R = Register for Updates
J = Juretic Media
How to use access keys in your browser
Internet Explorer in Windows
To use access keys in Internet Explorer 5+ press Alt + Access Key then release both keys and press Enter
In earlier versions of Internet Explorer press Alt + Access Key.
Press Ctrl + Access Key
Press Shift + Alt + Access Key
Press Shift + Escape then release both keys and press the Access Key
Netscape 7 (PC)
Hold down the ' Alt ' key and press the number of the Access key
Hold down the ' Ctrl ' key and press the number of the Access key
Skip to content
The "Skip to content" link at the beginning of the page moves the focus to the start of the main content (for example, for screen readers to skip the navigation).
Resizing the text
All font sizes are relative and text size can be increased or decreased by following these steps:
To increase the font size click ‘A+’ at the top right of the web page
To decrease the font size click ‘A-’ at the top right of the web page
Alternatively use the following methods in your browser:
Microsoft Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox
Go to View > Text Size options in the browser menu;
Go to Safari > Preferences > Appearance options in the browser menu.
Go to File > Preferences > Fonts > Minimum font size (pixels)
Alternatively, scroll with the wheel of your mouse whilst holding down the control key.
All images have descriptive alternative text (also known as alt text), with the exception of images that are used for aesthetic reasons only.
To make it easier to find what you are looking for the site map displays a list of all the main headings on the Triangle website.
By typing one or more keywords into the search input box at the top of each web page and clicking the search icon will display a list of search results for you to choose from.
Downloading media files and documents
Accessing PDF files
To read PDF documents you need Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. If you do not have Adobe Acrobat Reader you can download it for free from adobe.com.
To read a downloadable document in your web browser simply click the link to the document.
To save a downloadable document right-click on the download (PC) or shift+click (Mac) and select the 'Save link' or 'Save target' option.