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Scsi's Mobile Access Keys Page of Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc.'s Mobile Productivity and Knowledge Transfer Web Site

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What are access keys and how do they both increase Web accessibility and user productivity?

When supported by the particular browser you happen to be using, "access keys" enable you to enter specific keyboard-based combinations -- see bulleted list below for specific examples -- that will serve as an alternative method for executing certain navigational operations that would otherwise be performed using a mouse or other pointing device.

Special Note: Although Scsi's Mobile accesskey-based operations are intended to serve as keyboard-based productivity tools to assist users in accomplishing navigation between Scsi's Mobile Web Best Practices pages, their use is never compulsory in nature or intent. So, feel free to exercise their functionality for yourself to decide whether or not to make regular use of them at any time thereafter.

What are some examples of what access keys can do for you?

Examples of accesskey-initiated operations can include jumping within or between Web pages located within the current Web site's domain, jumping to the text entry field of a search window, accessing a specific page located within a different domain, and so on.

The single-digit keys of your Mobile (cell) phone will serve as easy-to-remember identifiers that also provide you with the associated hyperlink operations as defined by Scsi's legend for Scsi's Mobile access keys. Each of these operations applies throughout the Scsi P&KT Mobile Web site subdomain of m.sonoffconsulting.com.

How are access keys specified for any given Web page?

Programmatically, each Web site essentially defines whatever will be the specific keyboard character that when activated in combination with an operating system-dependent "control key" will result in accessing of the associated hyperlink (or a form's label in the case of a search window) located somewhere on the currently displayed Web page.

Legend for Scsi's Pre-defined Mobile Access Keys

Listed below are the ten (10) pre-defined Mobile access key combinations that can be exercised throughout the entire Scsi P&KT Mobile Web site subdomain of m.sonoffconsulting.com.

Access Keys -- In Numerical Order

Fortunately, for simple numeric keyboard-based input devices such as cell phones each of the ten available numeric keys can be selected as a "standalone access key." So, while you are viewing any of upon simply pressing a single numeric key you will immediately gain access to the respective Mobile Web Best Practice Web page with its associated descriptive content.

Note that you can easily try this functionality out for yourself whenever you get a chance to do so while connected to the m.sonoffconsulting.com subdomain.

Once you do this, you will likely enjoy showing your friends how those ten pre-defined mobile access keys -- 0 through 9 -- work throughout Scsi's P&KT Mobile Web site.

NOTE: If there should prove to be incompatibilities or conflicts introduced by the presence of these Scsi pre-defined access key combinations that you feel should be addressed on your behalf, please Contact Us to make this information known. Rest assured that Scsi will investigate the matter immediately for whatever options may prove tenable as a solution and reply accordingly.

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Contact Information: Raymond Sonoff, President of Sonoff Consulting Services, Inc., 271 Saxony Drive, Crestview Hills, KY 41017-2294 USA: Telephone: (859) 261-5908.