Proper link text and title attributes


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Proper link text and title attributes

>> We now have both our main navigation and section navigation menus set up, but most pages will have links within the text of the page as well. Users frequently jump from link to link when they encounter a new page. Screen reader users can use this by bringing up a listing of all the links in a page using keyboard commands. Sighted users can use their eyes to jump from link to link on a page looking for the different link color and underlining. But if the links aren't set up properly, the screen reader's links listing will not be of much use to them.

For instance, there may just be so many links on the page that it makes it impractical to even use the links listing as a navigation method. If the link text doesn't match the topic of the linked page, this will confuse the screen reader user. A sighted user can look at the text around the link to get more information about where the link will take them. A screen reader user can do this as well by leaving the links listing and g...

Proper link text and title attributes
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