Accessibility

 

Accessibility

Accessibility

Back Office Support Services is committed to ensuring that its web pages are accessible to all its users, regardless of how they access web content. The Back Office Support Services website has been designed to make it as simple and accessible as possible for users.

Back Office Support Services aims to be standards compliant and follow the general principles and guidelines as set out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

If you are using assistive technology such as a screen reader to navigate our web pages and have come across barriers that interfere with your ability to access information, please email us at info@backofficesupportservices.co.uk.

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Accessibility

Access Keys

Access keys let you navigate to key website content without using a mouse. Most browsers support use of access keys to jump to specific pages on the site. Our access keys follow UK government guidelines.

Access keys for the Back Office Support Services website are defined as:

  • Access Key S – Skip to content
  • Access Key 1 – Homepage
  • Access Key 2 – About you
  • Access Key 3 – About us
  • Access Key 4 – What we do
  • Access Key 5 – Why choose us
  • Access Key 0 – Accessibility Help (this page)


The key combination for these access keys depends on your web browser. Here are the keys to use for some current browsers.

Google Chrome 3+
Windows or Linux: ALT - access key.
Mac: CTRL - OPTION (or ALT) - access key.

Firefox 2+
Windows or Linux: ALT - SHIFT - access key.
Mac: CTRL - access key.

Opera
Windows or Mac: SHIFT - ESC - access key.

Internet Explorer 7
Windows: ALT - access key, then press ENTER.

Internet Explorer 8+
Windows: ALT - access key.

Safari 3
Windows: ALT - access key.
Mac: CTRL - OPTION (or ALT) - access key.

Safari 4+
Windows: ALT - access key.
Mac: CTRL - access key.