* information on foo
* information on bar
* information on biz
* information on baz
As a sighted user, I actually appreciate the repetitions. Each heading is clear on it's own without context, yet allows for easy scanning. The suggested solution makes it hard for sighted users to scan when the words are even in length. For example:
* supercalafragalistic - information on supercalafragalistic
* ixpy - information on ixpy
* aladocious - information on aladocious
That's bad also because it adds to the bloat of a page. I would have rather been told of a css method such as using :before and content() to insert text.
Another thing that I disagree with is the idea that words like "updated" should not be repeated. That information is there for a reason. I couldn't imagine how you'd convey that to someone who needed updated information.
There were more things in there that made me uncomfortable, but I'm trying to forget it. ;^)
That being said, some of the positive things include, "Skip" and "Skip To Main Content". I didn't write it out as the authors did, but hopefully it'll be as good or better. I've already implemented it on 1 of my sites, so that I won't have to search the article. I must say that a code example would have been much clearer in this situation. I used:
name="Skip To Main Content"
Was that what they were talking about?
I'm glad that they mentioned pronunciation. That would have never occurred to me that that was a problem.
Another good thing was the reminder to not use "blue bullet" as values of alt. No matter how obvious that is to me, I always appreciate it.
I also appreciate what they said about simple web pages. I feel vindicated actually. I usually try to design pages so that they will be complete in and of themselves. I try to avoid putting any extra information in them. In other words, I actually want people to use the back-button.
I'd like to add 1 more complaint. I think that overall the article seems to be asking us to cater to their every whim, desire, and little inconvenience. A better solution would be to make a web site devoted solely to helping them learn to use their web browsers, software and the Internet. This could be useful for sighted users as well. In fact, I'd appreciate a sight like that. It could explain things like "Skip Navigation".
Don't get me wrong, though. I think that this topic is very important and needs to be discussed much more. I really appreciated this article.f2富二代官网入口