Terms like “click here” and “read more” don’t provide any context. Screen readers can give visitors an overview of all the links on a page.
When links are read out of context in a list, it's important they tell readers:
- What the link is
- Where it's taking them
Whenever adding or using a button, link or a label, make sure the copy tells readers what will happen on click.
Some examples include:
- Read blog post
- Register for event
- Watch webinar
- Apply to be a Webflow Expert
For an example of a screen reader announcing unhelpful links on a page, check out in this section about links on Webflow University’s video lesson on Advanced web typography.