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When users use keyboard or switch devices, navigating past repeated content can be tedious or even cause strain. This is especially true if the repeated content has large amounts of interactive elements. It's therefore important to help improve the experience for these users by providing a way to bypass repeated content. This is even outlined as a WCAG criteria, WCAG Criteria 2.4.1. In fact, this is a Level A criterion, which means leaving it out has a severe impact on users. Nearly every site has repeated content: the navigation menu. In classical routing, when users navigate to a page, focus is...