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Attribute for <A ...>
ACCESSKEY = character

Like <INPUT ACCESSKEY="..."> and <BUTTON ACCESSKEY="...">, this attribute of <A ...> sets a shortcut key that "clicks" on the link. Currently Netscape 6 recognizes this attribute and MSIE does not. The value of ACCESSKEY should be a single letter. The shortcut is implemented (in Netscape, other browsers may vary) by holding the ALT key and pressing the letter given in this attribute.

<LI><A HREF="../"                ACCESSKEY="H">Home</A>
<LI><A HREF="_A.html"            ACCESSKEY="A">Anchor</A>
<LI><A HREF="../quicklist.html"  ACCESSKEY="Q">QuickList</A>

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