Reading Time: 5 mins I confess. I reached a point in my learning accessibility journey that I became overwhelmed by how much there is to learn. My intention was to start a few posts about links, but there is just so much about accessible links, I didn’t even know where to start. I became discouraged. Here I am again though, and I’m back on it! I’ve decided that I can’t tell you everything there is to know about accessible links in one post. I can, however, at least introduce the concept and offer resources to wonderful people that have written great things already. In this post, I’m going to focus on why accessible links matter, how to know if our links are accessible and what we can do right now in our text-editors. Text-editor changes are what’s helping me ease into the concept of accessible links – hopefully it will be helpful to you as well. Those wonderful people and resources will be sprinkled throughout for those eager to dive into making the most accessible links ever! Why do accessible links matter? We use links to navigate to other parts of a site, to point users to other sites, as well as refer to content that might enhance our own content. Links are how we get around the
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