Links help someone explore a relevant topic further, jump to a new category, or backtrack. Traditionally, links are formatted with blue colour font and underlined.
Use links to connect to relevant information that supports the content. Links include:
- internal or external web page
- video or audio files
Links that go to a site outside of Alberta.ca must be accompanied with an external link icon.
- Write descriptive link names with a minimum 15 characters including spaces.
- Use page and document titles as the link, when applicable.
- Never link generic expressions, such as ‘click here’ or ‘find out more,’ as they provide little navigational value to someone using a screen reader.
- Use program emails but avoid personal emails.
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