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From: Pat Reynolds
Date: Mon, Jan 10 2022 5:22AM
Subject: Skiplinks and adverts
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Hello everyone,

Here at Free UK Genealogy we are building a new version of
www.freebmd.org.uk . As a charity, we rely on income from adverts, and
don't want them to interfere with accessibility for those who use screen

Can any of you point me at examples of websites that serve adverts, and
use skiplinks appropriately (or other solutions)?

With thanks and best wishes,

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From: glen walker
Date: Mon, Jan 10 2022 9:26AM
Subject: Re: Skiplinks and adverts
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2.4.1 says that a mechanism is available to bypass blocks of content that
are repeated on multiple Web pages. So are your adverts repeated on every
page such that they would be part of the "blocks of content" to skip over?
If they only appear on the homepage, then you might not have to skip over
them since they're not repeated.