For February’s Accessibility Focus, we are focusing on how to create accessible web page structures and website navigations.
The articles and videos below go over how to create accessible page structures and navigation including errors to avoid and best practices to adopt.
Featured Structure and Navigation Article
Learn what your web pages structure should include and best practices for page structures and navigation accessibility.
More Structure and Navigation Articles
Learn how to use regions, headings, and lists to create a more accessible page structure.
How to design for screen reader users including defining the page’s language, landmarks and page sections, and skip navigation links.
Learn how to create skip navigation links.
Learn about identifying a page’s language, why it matters, and choosing the right lang tag.
Structure and Navigation Videos
Learn what an HTML5 page structure is and why it matters for accessibility including a screen reader demo.
Learn what a page title is and how a screen reader announces pages with and without titles.
Learn what a skip-to-content link is and watch a demo of how these links affect keyboard users.
Structure and Navigation Result Documentation Articles
Learn more about the missing language accessibility error and how to fix it.
Learn more about a missing page title error, why it matters, and how to fix it.
Learn more about the no page regions accessibility alert, why they matter, and how to fix them.
Learn more about the broken skip link error and how to fix.
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