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Content on a web page, like in a document, should be formatted and organized with the proper use of Headers. This helps to better organize your content as well as make it easier for people with disabilities to follow the flow of information on the screen using screen readers. 


Below are the common heading errors that Guide will flag and how you can correct them:


  Error Fix
If a page’s Headers Skip Levels for example from h2 - > h4

Headers should be used to give a logical outline of the page. Often a user with a screenreader will navigate a page via the Headers. Header levels should never be skipped as it implies that there is content hidden from the screen reader. Headers should never be used for styling - Use the Font Size or Bold for that. 


Best practice indicates: 

  1. There should only be 1 H1 header per page

  2. H2s are sections of the page

  3. H3s are subsections of the H2s

  4. H4s are subsections of the H3s


Questions? Contact your site administrator or eChalk Support at support@echalk.com.

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