From the web site of a major high street retailer:
<ul> <li><a accesskey="c" href="#maincontent"> Jump to main content [Access key 'C'] </a></li> <li><a accesskey="n" href="#primarynav"> Jump to primary navigation [Access key 'N'] </a></li> <li><a accesskey="s" href="#maincontent"> Skip navigation [Access key 'S'] </a></li> </ul>
What is the difference between “Jump to main content” and “Skip navigation”? Clearly nothing in this case as they both go to
#maincontent. But for added points, there’s no
name=maincontent anywhere in the page, so they both do nothing.
And trying to find a contact form to inform them of this error I instead find a “Generic System Error” page which contains this very user friendly message:
CMN3101E The system is unavailable due to "CMN0420E".
Some days I actually feel quite okay about the work I produce.