Provide a way to bypass any navigation that comes before the main content of a webpage.

Have multiple ways to move around a website.


Screen readers and keyboard users may have to move through all the navigation links on a webpage to get to the main content, unless provided a way around it. Extensive navigation before the main content of a page will make getting to that content time consuming.


Provide a link to skip over the navigation. This can be hidden from the normal page view using CSS.

Provide more than one way to navigate through a website.

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