I’m not all that fond of accesskeys in web pages. It’s a great idea that I feel pretty much falls down on implementation: the possibility of clobbering the user’s own access key preferences is just too great, and the idea of every web site having its own set of accesskeys just makes my teeth hurt.

Still, if you’re going to use them, you might be interested in using style sheets to reveal accesskeys, as described by Stuart Robertson, author of the recent ALA accesskeys article that garnered so much buzz. Rather clever, really, but unfortunately doesn’t work in IE. You could go the route of Stuart Langridge’s nice titles if that matters to you.