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INTERNAL NAVIGATION:

Within the site as a whole, the first section of text is a series of hidden links that allow a user of the text reader to go directly to the contents of the page or to access the main menus...
You can thus go to the content when browsing the section,  the search engine or consult the news site directly.

LOGO AT THE TOP OF THE PAGE:

The UPMC logo at the top of the page allows you to return to the site’s homepage.

NAVIGATING WITHIN SECTIONS:

The main menu allows you to explore the contents of the current section as well as the associated sub-sections.

MAIN NAVIGATION:

A navigation menu is systematically placed at the bottom of the page and can be used to directly access sections on the same level other than the section currently being consulted.

SEARCH ENGINE:

The internal search engine is systematically placed at the top of the page on the right.
The search engine is internal to the site. The results of the search engine correspond to a ‘text only’ extraction of the pages that match your request the most.

When you enter a word in the search field, suggestions appear after a minimum of three letters have been entered. You can then select one of these by using the up and down arrow keys  and then pressing the ‘Enter’ key or your left mouse button.

The number of results is indicated for you on the results page. If your search generates many results, these will be displayed on more than one page and a means of navigating between the pages of results will appear. This navigation between pages is sequenced in groups of 10 pages. Use this to know which page you are on.

For increased legibility, the background colour between each result alternates.

RAPID ACCESS, PERSONALISED SERVICES MENU:

- Direct access 
- Who are you? 
- My UPMC: This menu allows you to access the UPMC portal directly. 
- Change language
- Contacts 
- Site map: The site map allows internet users to have a quick overview of the structure of the site as well as access to its content. 
- Directory
- Access  map

HISTORY THREAD:

A thread beginning with ‘home page ’ is systematically placed before the main menu and also allows you to know which page you are on as well as to quickly go back to the previous page you were on.

DISPLAY SIZE OF TEXT

The relative display size of text is indicated, allowing you to enlarge all text according to your needs.

With a mouse equipped with a scrolling wheel:

Hold down the CTRL key of the keyboard and scroll the wheel upwards in order to enlarge the size of the text and downwards in order to reduce the size text.

With Internet Explorer and Windows:

In the View menu, select the size of text.

With Firefox/Mozilla and Windows:

Hold down the CTRL key, then press the + key of the numerical keyboard to enlarge the size of the text.

Hold down the CTRL key, then press the – key of the numerical keyboard to reduce the size of the text.

With Opera and Windows:

Press the + key of the numerical keyboard to enlarge the size of the text.

Press the – key of the numerical keyboard to reduce the size of the text.

KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS

Each of the digits must be typed using the Shift key + the digit at the top of your keyboard. The digits must not be typed using the numerical keys on the right of your keyboard.
 
* "s": Go to menu

* "1": Homepage

* "2": News

* "3": Site map

* "4": Search engine, detailed search page

* "7": Contact

* "8": Legal notices

The combinations of keys for validating these shortcuts differ according to your browser. This is why the procedures to follow in order to activate these keyboard shortcuts in the main browsers are listed below:

1. IE Windows: Alt and [keyboard shortcut], then Enter

2. Mozilla, Netscape, FireFox Windows: Alt (+ Shift) and [keyboard shortcut]

3. Opera , Windows, Macintosh, Linux: Esc + Shift and [keyboard shortcut]

4. MSIE Macintosh : Ctrl and [keyboard shortcut], then Enter 

5. Safari 1.2 Macintosh : Ctrl and [keyboard shortcut]

6. Mozilla, Netscape Macintosh : Ctrl and [keyboard shortcut].