Rob Kirton wrote:

I'd be highly surprised if a screen reader manages to read CSS. Most struggle with HTML

But the screen reader doesn't need to read the CSS, as the DOM already makes it quite clear where each link starts/stops, and screen readers can easily distinguish between them even without any characters, gaps, whatever between them...

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