This is a test page to see how the Access Monitor plugin is functioning…
I will purposely create some accessibility problems to see what it can pick up on.
Heading Level Problems
a classic technical foul for accessibility is to skip heading levels or otherwise violate the logical hierarchy of the heading order.
I started with an h2, I’ll move to h4 next and see what we get.
Bad Heading Skip to Level Four
and then I’ll go all the way to h1 and back to h4…
Titles are usually h1
in this case we’re breaking the rules on purpose- so whatever…
Another problem child at level four
and this concludes the first part of our heading test…
Images and Descriptions
the above picture has a title and a caption but no alt text…
the above image only has a title…
I added a simple alt text description to the image above.
lets see what happens with a table that has no defined headers…
Here is a random table from the stack of pre-existing tables:
|November 28, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|November 3, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|October 13, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|September 8, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|August 11, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|June 2, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|May 5, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|March 17, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|February 10, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
|January 20, 2017||Agenda||Minutes|
I will now make a new table with TablePress that I am certain has no header cells:
|data a1||data b1||data c1||data d1||data e1|
|A Rabbi||A minister||A priest||A Budhist||An Imam|
|Left D||Left Wing||Center||Right Wing||Right D|