Chapter 6 About Documentation Accessibility Features

This chapter describes documentation accessibility features and known issues in Oracle Linux 7.

Documentation HTML Access Keys

To use the documentation without using a mouse, you can use HTML access keys. Enter the HTML access key for your browser, plus the access key letter. For example, using Mozilla Firefox, press Alt+Shift+n to go to the next page. See your web browser documentation to find the key combination to use for HTML access keys. The following table lists the tasks you can perform using access keys.

Task

Access Key

Go to the next page

n

Go to the previous page

p

Go to the document home page

h

Go up a level in the document

u

Activate the Contents tab

c

Activate the Search tab

s

In addition to the HTML access keys, the following keyboard shortcuts are available:

Task

Shortcut Key

Toggle hide and show the sidebar

Ctrl+Left Arrow

Toggle hide and show page header

Ctrl+Up Arrow

Documentation Accessibility Issues

The following are known accessibility issues for the Oracle Linux documentation:

  • Some JavaScript text items are not translated (Bug: 26717963)

  • HTML page heading levels might not start at h1 (Bug: 26717728)

  • Book title can extend off the screen with 200% zoom (Bug: 26717874)

  • docs.oracle.com Help drawer HTML heading tags have structure violation (Bug: 26560104)