After you search, the results page is organized so that you can easily navigate it with assistive technology, like screen readers and keyboards.
Use accessibility links on results pages
On a computer, there are 3 accessibility links at the top of a search results page:
- Skip to main content: Goes to the first content item on the page, like a search result or ad.
Turn on continuous scrolling or Turn off continuous scrolling: Continuous scrolling automatically loads the next set of results when you reach the bottom of the search results page.
- Accessibility help: Opens this help article.
- Accessibility feedback: Opens a form where you can give feedback for accessibility on Google Search. Enter your feedback and select Send.
To select an accessibility link:
- With a keyboard:
- Press the Tab key until you reach the link you want.
- Press the Enter key.
- With a screen reader: Use the quick navigation controls.
Navigate with section headings
To help you navigate with a screen reader, the search results page has a hierarchy of section headings.
- Heading level 1 (H1): Includes important areas of the page, like search results, ads, and how to get around.
- Heading level 2 (H2): Includes names of grouped results, like "Sports results" and "Videos."
- Heading level 3 (H3): Includes individual search results titles, ad titles, and narrowed grouped results.
On phones & tablets
- Heading level 1 (H1): Includes the Google logo and a link named "Google" that points to the Google homepage.
- Heading level 2 (H2): The first H2 heading is search results. The second is ads.
- Heading level 3 (H3): Includes individual search result titles and ad titles.
Find more accessibility options
To discover new solutions, share tips about Google services, and discuss accessibility issues with other Google users: