If you are really interested in expressing yourself, then writing an essay could be the best way to do it. You do have to follow certain norms that dictate how you present an essay.
I cannot answer 2, but I can take a stab at 1 with some explanation. Background Success Criterion SC 1.
Color is not used as the only visual means of conveying information, indicating an action, prompting a response, or distinguishing a visual element.
Level A In short, links should not rely on color alone to indicate that they are links. This is a Level A requirement.
Level A means this is the minimum level of compliance you must meet all Level A. Parameters There are guidelines to meeting this SC offered with examples. Ensuring that additional visual cues are available when text color differences are used to convey information: The default formatting for links on a page includes presenting them both in a different color than the other text on the page underlining them to make the links identifiable even without color vision.
An article comparing the use of similar elements in different markup languages uses colored text to identify the elements from each language. Elements from the first markup language are identified using BLUE, bolded text. Elements from the second are presented as RED, italicized text.
A news site lists links to the articles appearing on its site. Additional information such as the section the article appears in, the time the article was posted, a related location or an indication that it is accompanied by live video appears in some cases.
The links to the articles are in a different color than the additional information but the links are not underlined, and each link is presented in a larger font than the rest of the information so that users who have problems distinguishing between colors can identify the links more easily.
Short news items sometimes have sentences that are also links to more information.
Those sentences are printed in color and use a sans-serif font face while the rest of the paragraph is in black Times-Roman. Regardless of other visual cues, content links must still have sufficient contrast from the surrounding text. Using a contrast ratio of 3: With this technique, a relative luminance lightness difference of 3: Visual highlights may, for example, take the form of underline, a change in font style such as bold or italics, or an increase in font size.
While using this technique is sufficient to meet this success criteria, it is not the preferred technique to differentiate link text. If there are not a large number of links in the block of text, underlines are recommended for links.
Suggestions The contrast issue should be addressed. Underlines are the easiest way to meet this technique. Alternate solutions include bottom borders like on the Meta sitebackground styling though would conflict with code stylesoutlines, and icons.
I recommend underlines on links in content user-submitted questions and answers, not the nav or recurring page elements.
Edit As a result of all this, I finished a post I had been writing that goes into more detail on visual link styling underline or otherwise with links to studies, UX research, and so on: On Link Underlines It has a clear recommendation but outlines parameters to consider for when underlines are not a fit.For students, writing is a key means of asserting and defending claims, showing what they know about a subject, and conveying what they have experienced, imagined, thought, and felt.
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