Example for Checkpoint
Link text should be meaningful enough to make sense when read out of context -- either on its own or as part of a sequence of links. Link text should also be terse.
The following list shows three possible ways of choosing link text from a sentence:
1. Win a prize donated by one of our thousands of sponsors.
The link phrase, "win a prize", is terse, meaningful out of context and likely to grab your attention if seen by itself.
Selecting the entire sentence as the link is unnecessary, and long links can wrap on the screen, which may confuse some users.
3. Click here to win a prize donated by one of our thousands of sponsors.
Where is "here", why should I "click here", and what if I don't "click" but use the keyboard to select a link?.
Another thing you can do to increase accessibility is to use the title attribute on the link element to provide even more information, e.g.: