It's common to see calls to action on the web like 'click here' and 'read more'. These might seem harmless, but they actually suck for accessibility.

The A11Y Project explains:

Terms like “click here” and “read more” do not provide any context. Some people navigate using a list of all buttons or links on a page or view. When using this mode, the terms indicate what will happen if navigated to or activated.

For this reason, the text content of your links should be unique and descriptive. If you were linking to a list of your favourite books, then instead of using 'click here to learn more' as the text content, you might use 'my favourite books' or 'a list of my favourite books'.

This is a quick win that can make your content more accessible. For more on accessibility, I always recommend the following: