Hyperlinks are the pieces of text that call new documents when selected. Hyperlinks are usually highlighted. Hyperlinks need to be clearly marked for people with visual disabilities.
Sometimes hyperlinks are meaningless for blind users. This is due in part because web designers sometimes take short cuts in designing pages. They may construct a link by using of text and a hyper link. For instance, designers may write a sentence such as: "Click here to learn about ....... If "click here" is the hyper link the sighted user has no a problem. However, for people using screen readers that are configured to jump from link to link, " click here" means nothing.
This can be avoided by making the meaningful words in the sentence into the hyper links. This will allow a user who is skipping from link to link to get an idea of the choices available. It also will prevent the use of meaningless commands.