I understand that, was giving the "click here," as a quick example. The "here" can be in the middle of an otherwise very good verbal description.
Judy -----Original Message----- From: JAWS-Users-List [mailto:jaws-users-list-boun...@jaws-users.com] On Behalf Of Roger Newell Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2018 10:24 PM To: email@example.com Subject: Re: [JAWS-Users] Hyperlink in a Word document. Using a phrase like "click here" is contrary to best practices for accessibility which state that link text should give details as to the specific content of the link. So, for instance, if you wanted the user to click a link to find out more information about pet food, you might have the link as "More information about pet food". This way, a JAWS user who might use the JAWS list of links feature to find your link would know exactly what the link pertains to without having to find it in the document to read thesurrounding text. On 2/11/18, Judy Jones <sonshine...@gmail.com> wrote: > We have all seen the phrase, "Click here for more information." > > > > How do I link a web site to the word Here, in that phrase, or, another > example, a link to the phrase, Leave A Reply, linking that phrase to a > site where one can leave a reply? > > > > Thanks. > > > > Judy > > For answers to frequently asked questions about this list visit: > http://www.jaws-users.com/help/ > For answers to frequently asked questions about this list visit: http://www.jaws-users.com/help/ For answers to frequently asked questions about this list visit: http://www.jaws-users.com/help/