[Athen] HTML coding question: anchors
skeegan at ccctechcenter.org
Fri Jul 24 14:43:14 PDT 2020
Are you referring to the card-like UI elements in which there is the text
"Our Research", followed by a passage of text, followed by a "Learn about
our research" that all have separate hyperlinks that go to the same
It appears these are all three separate "tab-stops" for the same element
that would also include a very wordy second hyperlink, which is the passage
of text content.
Check out the article by Heydon Pickering on Cards (
https://inclusive-components.design/cards/). It would require some
developer engagement, but I believe it will resolve the issue you have
On Fri, Jul 24, 2020 at 10:56 AM Heidi Scher <hascherdss at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello fellow ATHEN members! I'm looking for a bit of guidance related to
> some HTML coding related to anchors. A colleague has brought em the
> following issue. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!
> The issue we are up against is creating anchors where we think people are
> naturally looking for them, and the WCAG rule about multiple anchors going
> to the same place in close proximity to each other.
> Here is an example: https://resiliency.uark.edu/
> . There are 6 panels on this page.
> Thanks again!
> Heidi Scher, M.S., CRC
> Associate Director - AT
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