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Re: Skip to links and Breadcrumbs

From: John Britsios <webmaster@webnauts.net>
Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 01:25:25 +0100
Message-ID: <007f01c51df5$2a210fd0$b9bbfea9@webnautsnet>
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>, "Janet Russeau" <russeau@misd.k12.mi.us>


Sorry for the delay. You might would like to have a look at a tutorial I
wrote and published about your question on my web site a couple days ago:

I know an issue is missing, which I will add soon, that we better use "Skip
to main content" instead of  for example "Skip Navigation" or something like
More about that read here the 10th Guideline.

My kindest regards,


John S. Britsios
Accessibility & SEO Consultant,
Usability Specialist & Trainer

Home: http://www.webnauts.net/
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Janet Russeau" <russeau@misd.k12.mi.us>
To: <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Sent: Monday, February 14, 2005 4:44 PM
Subject: Skip to links and Breadcrumbs

> I have a "skip to main content" link as the first link in my "tabbed"
> navigation across the top of every page. As part of a site redesign, I
> been adding a list of "breadcrumb" links below the "tabbed" navigation and
> above the heading in the main content section.
> The question is...where should I put the named anchor tag for the "skip
> to..." link? Do I put it before my breadcrumb list or before my heading
> tag? If I put it in my breadcrumb list, do I need to add another "skip
> to..." link that bypasses the breadcrumb and do I need to change my "skip
> to..." link that I placed in my "tabbed" navigation?
> I want the design of my pages to include mechanisms to aid accessibility
> without being unnecessarily redundant.
> The following is a link to a test page of my redesign. Please note that
> most of the links are to actual pages that I'm in the process of
> http://misd.k12.mi.us/portals/sw/bips-fbas.html
> Any input would be greatly appreciated, and please feel free to email me
> directly and I will summarize for the list if desired.
> Thanks,
> Janet Russeau
Received on Tuesday, 1 March 2005 00:14:18 UTC

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