Re: navigating headings
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Great that you discovered the “h” command for navigating to each heading! For specific headings, when in browse mode on the Internet (that is what you are in when you first open a web site), just press the number 3 key on the main keyboard and that will jump through all the level 3 headings and ignore any other heading.
Similarly, if you want to find the first place where significant material begins on a web page, you can press the number 1 key to jump over all preliminary material directly to Heading 1.
All the best,
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From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Monte Single
Sent: Wednesday, May 12, 2021 1:31 AM
Subject: [nvda] navigating headings
I am using;
more these days.
It is an national network of equitable library services.
It is available to all print disabled Canadians with a local library card.
When I do a search on this web site, I find myself pressing the letter “h” for headings til I get to the first result.
When I get to the first result, nvda says “heading llevel 3”.
Is there a key press, combo I can press to jump to the first “heading level 3” without going through all the previous headings?
Please, don’t kick me off the island, because I did not find the answer to my question in the quick start guide.