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Accessibility

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Access keys

In most modern web browsers, access keys provide keyboard shortcuts to commonly used navigation options. Access keys may be of particular use to those users who have difficulty in using a mouse or other pointing device, and can be of benefit to all users as navigation shortcuts. The Queensland Department of Education is currently in the process of adding access key support to its web sites.

For sites that currently have access key support, the keys used are:

  • 1 navigates to Home
  • 2 navigates to Queensland Government home page
  • 3 not in use
  • 4 not in use
  • 5 not in use
  • 6 not in use
  • 7 not in use
  • 8 not in use
  • 9 not in use
  • 0 not in use

How to use access keys

Internet Explorer

  • Windows: Hold down the Alt key and the relevant number key, release, then press the Enter key
  • Mac: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the relevant number key

Firefox and Mozilla-based browsers

  • Windows: Hold down the Alt key and press the relevant number key
  • Mac: Hold down the Ctrl key and press the relevant number key

Opera

  • Windows/Mac: Hold down the Shift and Esc keys, release, then press the relevant number key

If your browser is not listed here, you can refer to your browser's documentation or help files to check if it supports the use of access keys.

Alternative formats

If you cannot access content on the Bullying. No Way! website, please contact us to request the information in an alternative format:

Bullying. No Way!
c/- State Schooling - Operations
Department of Education
PO Box 15033
CITY EAST QLD 4002

Email:bnw.website@qed.qld.gov.au

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Last updated 28 September 2020