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Links - Level 02



An anchor element should always contain meaningful text describing where the link takes the user. Link text like "Read more" or "Click here" should be avoided. This is important because when screen reader users list all the links on a website, they don't have any information from the surrounding text to give them context.

Try to write more specific link texts. For example, if you wrote an article about dogs, use "Learn more about dogs". Or if you are selling subscription plans, write "Find my plan".

The link in this example leads to a full article about dogs. Replace the link text with a more meaningful alternative.


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