> The most annoying test ...
In your testing experience, have you tested (or perhaps derived) the
usefulness of including multiple skip links?
We often see advice to include "skip navigation." Yet, as has been
mentioned in this thread, it seems that "skip TO navigation" would also
be useful for those pages where navigation is positioned at the end of
the source. And BTW, what is the correct phrase to differentiate the
two? Lastly, I once saw advice to add "skip to page index" if the page
has an index of anchors contained within the page.
All seem useful to me, but I am sighted and don't have to deal with the
results. How much is useful, versus how much is too much?
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