I love it when standards evolve from something that a bunch of developers are already doing, and making it easier and foolproof. Kitty Giraudel is onto that here with skip links, something that every website should probably have, and that has a whole checklist of things that we can and do screw up:
- It should be the first thing to tab into.
- It should be hidden carefully so it remains focusable.
- When focused, it should become visible.
- Its content should start with “Skip” to be easily recognisable.
- It should lead to the main content of the page.
Doing this natively could solve all those problems and more (like displaying in the correct language for that user). Nice little project for someone to mock up as a browser extension, I’d say.
Reminds me of the idea of extending the Web Share API into native HTML. It’s just a good idea.
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