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> In the context of using software that actually reads the web pages for the
> visually impaired, the software compiles a list of links that are on that
> page and reads it to the user. If there are three instances of
> "click here"
> or "more", how will that user be able to distinguish one link
> from another?
In this instance, you could use graphic buttons for the links, and provide
alt text. Software that reads web pages for visually-impaired users reads
the alt text for any graphic, and would naturally ignore the minimally
descriptive text in the graphic.
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