thanks for Your response.
My best suggestion is: Do not
depend on the language of the link-enclosed text (or img-alt)!
Instead use the URI
directly. If it is a same-page location
(simply starting with "#"), than we can assume it is a "skip to"-link.
Maybe You are able to look for the same URI in front, saying e.g. we have already loaded page "https://www.example.com/page.htm
then "#main" and "/page.htm#main" and "https://www.example.com/page.htm#main
" are all the same - and therefore OK!
Talking about the "distance"/"amount of lines", when a "skip to"-link should appear; You may use e.g. 100 characters/20 words or something similar.
My native language is German. Therefore I can provide only examples for this. There are much more visitors in Spain/Portuguese and French I think.
Maybe You've statistics of Your buyer's countries to get more insights? I'm "old fashioned" and try every time to use German where ever possible and not use Anglicism (we call it "Denglisch" for De
= German-English). Mostly the used English can't understand the same from a English people as long as the words are used with German context only. (E.g. "Handy
" sounds English, but means "mobile pone
Do You have more questions regarding languages other than English? (I remember many requests of this type in the last few years from my side.)
We could start a "Language-specific Group" to collect and solve such issues... I bring my German into this team.
By the way, it is no problem to me to hide the corresponding warning. But my goal is to get an as most as possible accessible site.
Best greetings from Germany, Thomas