If you can see, you can find the main content of any web page, immediately and easily, just by casting your eyes down the page. It might be text or background colour; text size or whitespace. There’s always a visual clue to let you know where to start reading.
But what if you’re sitting in front of a black screen? What happens if you are a screenreader user who can’t see the page at all? Forcing a screenreader user to sequentially read or tab through all that header content, listening to endless navigation links, it’s just not nice. You are, to say the least, going to be a bit miffed! Continue reading Finding the main content when you can’t see