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:
|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 screen reader 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:
|PAGE TITLE: Page title is not displayed on the page. It is best practice for accessibility and SEO to mark the page title as visible.||Make sure that the option to display the title of the page is enabled. This option will display the title of the page at the top of a page. To enable the display of the page title, refer to these steps:
1. Go to Manage Web Pages > Pages.
2. Click on the title of any page that's in the draft and not yet published.
3. Click on Edit or Edit Draft.
4. Click on the pencil to the right of the page title.
5. Check the box under Page Title Visibility that says "Display page title on this webpage (best practice for accessibility)"
6. Click Save.
7. Click Done Editing.
8. Click Update Published.
|PAGE TITLE: Page title is suspicious because it may be too short to properly describe the page.||Your page title may not be descriptive enough if it's only one word in length. Please consider adding a more descriptive title for your page. For example, instead of the page title "Schedule," consider changing it to "Class Schedule" or "Bell Schedule" to discern the type of schedule is on the page.|