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Accessibility feature for all pages

EngagementHQ pages are accessible to all our visitors.

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Written by Nathan Connors
Updated over a week ago

As part of our regular EngagementHQ maintenance we check that all elements and features of EngagementHQ are accessible to visitors who cannot use a mouse because of visual impairment or physical disability.

We take accessibility very seriously and besides complying with WCAG 2.1 standards, we try to find innovative ways to make EngagementHQ even more accessible.

Our newest, innovative accessibility feature was developed to help visitors navigate all pages with ease and looks like the below. It is a navigation menu that allows the visitor to skip past the less important header links straight into the various headings of a page.

Want to try it out yourself? Go to any site and wait for it to fully load. Press the 'tab' key and note the 'SkipTo' appear in the top left, press enter again to open it. You will see the navigation menu open up and you can then select the link or part of the site you want to move to by repeatedly pressing 'tab' and finally 'enter' to move to that part. Hitting enter again will open the link if the heading is a link.

If you are using Safari and this feature does not work for you, try enabling the "Press Tab to highlight each item on a webpage" option in your settings.

Contact our support team if you need any further assistance via chat or email

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