We have an online help developed by using the frameless output. Everything works fine. One of the user noticed this link Skip to Main Content above the header. Any idea how can this link be disabled?
You've set a height for skip-content-container in the skin and changed some other settings for skip-content-link?
Hmm, no. Also, only some users reported this. I tried and I don't see this.
Sounds like a browser issue then. Do you now what they are using?
Also could be something to do with extensions, so check that as well.
Ok. Let me check.
Would it be some accessibility setting related to the browser?
If you want to completely disable it, then select the Display as "None" in the skip to main container options.
In Output Preset, Edit your preset, go to Layout-->Skin Edit -->In Skin tab, go to Homepage --> Top Section--> Skip content container-->Layout-->Display-->None
I don't exactly know what it's used for, but it sounds like an accessibility feature for people with a disability to quickly jump to the content rather than tabbing through all menus and things.
So if accessibility is important for you, it might be a bad idea to disable.
Amber is correct. This was added to comply with the accessibility guidelines. It is for the users who want to use keyboard only for the navigation. When you have lots of links to navigate to reach the main content, this helps bypass those.
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The link should only be seen by anyone who has configured their browser with accessibility settings.
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