Success Criterion 2.4.1 - Level A
Ensure content which is shown on multiple screens can be skipped. This is especially important for users of assistive technologies. With assistive technologies you usually navigate through the screen per element. If you have to navigate through repeated elements on every screen, this takes a lot of extra time.
A user with a keyboard must first go through a menu structure of several pages before he can read a news article. This costs him a lot of time every time.
“Is it possible to skip repeating content when using assistive technologies?“
On Android, skipping content is mostly relevant to
TalkBack users. TalkBack includes a
local context menu which allows users to jump to the following content types:
links is used most often.
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