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The user can return to the main flow of the next element on the page (see SC 4.1.3) The author codes a volume control slider widget.The user can focus on the widget, and using the arrow keys to increase or decrease the volume, and then hit another key to move to the next element in the content.
Closing action 46 becuase is covered by other actions. Closing 103 around language on web based and non web based. A user should be able to navigate, read and use all of the web page or application without needing to use a mouse.
User agents should support direct or sequential keyboard operation for all functionalities.
Furthermore, the user agent should satisfy this checkpoint by offering a combination of keyboard-operable user interface controls (e.g., keyboard operable print menus and settings) and direct keyboard shortcuts (e.g., to print the current page). For example, if the user can select rendered text with the mouse and make it the content of a new link by pushing a button, they also need to be able to do so through the keyboard and other supported devices. An author uses the CSS overflow property to constrain the size of a block of content.
For example ctrl f may be a command in a screen reader to read the itemm with focus and this is also typically a user agent find command.
Techniques for 4.1 need to address css overflow not operable by keyboard. Assistive technology and physical keyboard input needs mean that certain keyboard combinations are easier for a user to enter.
Content authors may utilize the Accesskey attribute and ARIA to define short cut keys which allow quick access to specific parts of their Web content.