The Labour hire licensing Queensland website has been developed to be fully accessible via keyboard and using alternate input devices.
What are access keys?
Access keys are keyboard shortcuts and deliver quick access to important links on this site without using your mouse.
Access keys may benefit people with motor skill difficulties who use assistive technologies.
The access keys used on labourhire.qld.gov.au are:
0: Access keys help
1: Queensland Government website
2: Labour Hire Licensing Queensland (homepage)
4: Contact us
6: not in use
7: not in use
8: not in use
9: not in use
How to use access keys
If you are using a Windows computer: press
alt and the access key number to highlight the link. Press
enter to go to the linked page.
If you are using Macintosh computer: press
control and the access key number to highlight the link, then press
return to go to the linked page.
If you are using an assistive technology such as a screen reader to browse this site, skip links are provided at the beginning of the page to allow you to move quickly to key information such as the primary navigation, secondary navigation or content.
The links are not visible in a graphical browser but can be access as the first links in the tab order for each page.
The Labour hire website (labourhire.qld.gov.au) has a logical
tab order for navigating without a mouse. Use the
tab key on your keyboard to move to the next link or field. Use
tab to move backwards, and the
enter key to follow links and submit forms. Most browsers support these functions.
ARIA keyboard navigation
All rich interactive elements on the Labour hire website can be navigated using key combinations recommended by the Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) standard.
When using a browser that supports ARIA, you can:
- use the
tabkey to enter an interactive element as part of the tab order for the page
- use the arrow keys to move focus between the different controls for the interactive element
- use the
enterkey to activate a focussed control
- use the
tabkey to move to the next set of controls or to leave the interactive element.
The following browsers are known to support ARIA:
- Internet Explorer 8 and later
- Firefox 2 and later
- Opera 9 and later
- Google Chrome
When using a browser that does not support ARIA all controls are still accessible as part of the normal tab order.
Last updated 11 March 2020