Without being able to bypass long lists of links, some users are at a huge disadvantage. A user should never be
required to perform any action perhaps 200s of times before reaching the main content. Sighted users have a
built-in "skip navigation" mechanism: their eyes so why not give one to keyboard users? A "skip navigation" link
is a link at the top of the page which jumps the user down to an anchor or target at the beginning of the main
content. Try to use your tab key and see what happens. The most accessible method for visually hiding
"skip navigation" links is to hide them off screen, then cause them to be positioned on screen when they receive
To give you a feeling of how important it is, pointer events have been disabled for this site. Use the
Tab key on your keyboard to navigate instead.