How to make "Read more" links accessible | Vision Australia. Blindness and low vision services
"Read more" links are commonly used on websites, but they aren't very descriptive when read outside of their surrounding context. This isn't a problem for the majority of users on the web, but viewing links outside of their surrounding context is very common for blind screen reader users. 2.4.4 Link Purpose (In Context) is a success criterion in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG 2.1) that attempts to provide an answer for these non-descriptive links.
How to start testing screen reader support using VoiceOver
Testing your website with assistive technologies is a vital way to ensure the accessibility of your website for disabled people. I'll bring you up to speed on the basics of VoiceOver on macOS so you can make it a habit to test your content for screen readers.
How to write accessible headings and labels - AbilityNet training snippet - YouTube
Do you know what barriers your content is potentially presenting for disabled people? Jack Baker, Senior Accessibility Consultant at AbilityNet shares how to write descriptive headings and labels in this snippet from our popular Accessibility for copywriters training course.
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