Skip links are links to different parts of a document, so that someone using a screen reader does not need to listen to all of the text to get to the desired content. They are also helpful for anyone who is navigating a long document and looking for specific information. They may include an option to skip to the main content, to the menu, or to a specified section of content. This feature should use existing skip links or automatically determine skip locations if they are unspecified.
Discussion by Disabilities
Blind & Low Vision
- Skip links allow screen reader users to jump efficiently to the desired content of a page, bypassing headings, menus, or other un-needed information.
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