>>I learnt to put a 1-pixel transparent graphic as the basis for a "Skip to
>>Content" link, said link was supposedly a help to users with screen
>>readers, they could skip reading the navigation links one by one. I think
>>the CSS alternative was to set the text for the link to "display:none." Is
>No. Most screen readers will not read out text that isn't displayed.
>Normal visible text is good though - its very useful to people using
>non-pointing devices (like the tab key) to navigate - fully sighted or
Exactly skip links are useful for a lot of users, hidden skip links show
that you are bad in organising your page content and that you are
unaware of who you want to help, regardless of technology.
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