When you create a hyperlink on your website, use text that describes what users will see when they click on it. You should never use "Click Here," "Here," or long URLs.
Examples of good link text:
Examples of bad link text:
- Click here for a list of Accessibility Shortcourses
- UM Accessibility homepage
Screen reader users can pull up a list of links on a page and navigate through that list. The link text should be able to stand alone independently of its context. Links like "click here" and "more" are meaningless out of context.