Hi All,

We are currently in the process of redesigning our website and are
looking into the "Skip to" functionality. 

We are currently considering using:

*       Skip to Search
*       Skip to Primary Navigation
*       Skip to Secondary Navigation
*       Skip to Main Content
*       Skip to Sitemap

We are wondering if there is any information on best practice for the
"Skip to" function and whether there is a generally acceptable limit as
to how many "Skip to" links should be used?

We are also wondering whether we should be considering other ways for
users to navigate around our pages such as AccessKey
http://validator.w3.org/accesskeys.html and whether this technique
should be used to reduce the number of "Skip to" links we have listed

Is there any native browser functionality that performs any of these
functions that we should account for?

Thankyou in advance for any advice.


Luke Blumer
Web Project Officer | Corporate Relations
Australian Taxation Office 
Phone: 02 6216 2970 

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