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Accessibility Statement


This is the official accessibility statement for Slack 'n' Hash. If you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to contact us.

Standards Compliance

  1. All pages on this site validate as XHTML 1.1 Strict. This is tested with's validator. For example, validate the home page.
  2. All pages on this site use structured semantic markup. H1 tags are used for main titles; H2, H3 and H4 tags for subtitles.


Slack 'n' Hash uses accesskeys to aid navigation. Different browsers apply this option in different ways:

Press ALT, SHIFT and the accesskey to trigger the link.
Internet Explorer
Press ALT and the accesskey to select the link. Then press RETURN.
Press SHIFT and Escape to bring up a list of accesskeys. Press the relevant accesskey to navigate.

The following accesskeys are available:

  • Accesskey 1 returns to the home page.
  • Accesskey 2 takes you to the cartoons page.
  • Accesskey 3 takes you to the tools page.
  • Accesskey 4 takes you to the roleplay page.
  • Accesskey 5 takes you to the writing page.
  • Accesskey 6 takes you to the code page.
  • Accesskey 7 takes you to the roleplay page.
  • A takes you to the accessibility statement.
  • M takes you to the site map.
  • R takes you to the most recent article.
  • S shifts focus to the search bar.
  • X takes you to a random article.


Slack 'n' Hash offers several ways of navigating the site:

  • All pages have rel=next, prev, up, home and contents links to aid navigation in text-only browsers.
  • There is a hierarchical menu, located at the top of the page.
  • A breadcrumb trail shows the article, and (where applicable) the section and subsection in which it is located. This can be found below the menu.
  • A searchbox (accesskey 4) in the upper right-hand corner of the page.
  • In the case of articles that have more than one page, two more naviagational tools are available:
    • A list of links just below the page heading are linked to every page in the article.
    • Links at the bottom of the page direct you to the first, previous, next and last pages in the sequence.
  • There is a link to the site map on every page of the article.