Categories code navigation podcast web Skip-Nav Technique Post author By Dennis Post date October 5, 2005 4 Comments on Skip-Nav Technique The “skip-nav” technique is a method for the online cursor to jump over a group of navigation links, usually a site’s main menu. Download Web Axe Episode 6Links: WebAim Skip Nav W3C Checkpoint 13.6 Sample code:Skip navigation...[header and navigation links]... Heading This is the first paragraph ← Abbreviation and Acronym Issue → Terminology Explained 4 replies on “Skip-Nav Technique” This are much needed. I’ve been bad, I think I forgot this on my site and will rectify. I’m surprised CMS’s like Drupal, Xoops, Mambo, etc., aren’t incorporating this in their templates. Wow. There’s actually alot thats involved in accessibility. Love the show! ~~Scott What is the actual standard wording for Skip nav links? Is it skip navigation? I’ve seen some people use skip to content. Do you see any advantages of using one over the other? The W3C uses “Skip to content” on the WAI site. WebAIM uses “Skip to main content.” Another suggestion is “skip navigation”. What’s NOT recommended is a “skip to navigation” link and not placing the main navigation links in the conventional place, at the top of the page, which may confuse the user. Leave a Reply to Chris Charlton Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.