This week, I want to showcase two policies covering a similar problem around email links.
Learn more about All About Emails
This week I'd like to talk about a couple of different accessibility violations that you may see on your Siteimprove report (or just about any other accessibility tool, as this is very easy to dete
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Using "Semantic" HTML is an important part of designing web pages.
Learn more about Semantic HTML
Under accessibility checks, you may have an issue labeled "Element IDs are not unique" highlighted on your website.
Learn more about When Working with Element IDs, Make Them Unique
Siteimprove’s automated tests use the latest accessibility standard, which encompasses both the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and 2.1 criteria.
Learn more about Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)
a.k.a. “do you really need that PDF about Medicaid billing procedures from 1993?”
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This week, I want to highlight a recent policy I wrote called A11y: Bad Alt Text. This policy simply looks for any ALT text that has the word "picture" or "image" in it.
Learn more about Best Practices for Image ALT Text
When you see a list of 11,789 pages with broken links you may be tempted to close your browser and run away.
Learn more about Siteimprove’s Analytics Script Helps You Prioritize Issues to Fix
A feature in Quality Assurance you may not have noticed is Sitemap (Quality assurance -> Inventory -> Sitemap).
Learn more about Using Sitemap to Audit Site Content
This week I want to highlight a Siteimprove policy that has some larger implications.
Learn more about Identifying Stanford Box Files using Siteimprove
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