Use Descriptive Link Text
When you are faced with a page of links such as this:
When browsing the page with a screen reader, it is very easy to get confused about what each of those links are referring to, as the screen reader will read them all the same. A better solution is this, where you use interesting sentences to get people to read the page:
- Dogs: Why do they Bark?
- Why not look at more adorable cat pictures?
- Top Ten Horse Pictures: Why You Should Neigh Your Way To A Saddle
Additionally, when you are putting in a link in xHTML, you can specify the title of the link, which will provide additional information for the user.
So if you were required to put in "More Information" multiple times on the same page, you could put "More Information About Cats" into the title field of the link editor and that would also solve the accessibility requirement. Note that the title element is only available within the xHTML editor. Putting in a link using the Link Element will always have the page title as the title of the link.