As you may be aware just-in-time training is offered from within the Sitemorse service. It provides interactive support for your content production staff with context based information 'movies' answering the questions specifically related to the action 'Change Page Headings Ordering'. For more information on our Academy, please visit https://sitemorse.com/news/2019/01/07/how-sitemorse-academy-delivers-just-time-learning-your-content-community/
Based on what corrections are required, one-to-one training is delivered directly to staff. Instant training, in manageable 2 or 3 minutes sessions. Training is recorded, as is the progress - allowing you to continue your improvement and demonstrate ongoing adjustment.
In this session, Helen Grimbly takes you through the action 'Change Page Headings Ordering'. Headings are used on a webpage to show the structure and content of the page. Headings also enable users accessing the site via a screen reader to navigate their way around the page.
Covered in this session:
- Understanding heading structures
- Why this is important?
- The reporting of corrective actions related to 'Change Page Headings Ordering'.
- How to view and managing corrective action.
Headings should not be used for visual purposes, <h1> headings should be used for main headings, followed by <h2> for sub-headings, and so on.
Take a look at the W3C information on this action 'F2 - Failure of Success Criterion 1.3.1 due to using changes in text presentation to convey information without using the appropriate markup or text'. Further details can be found at; https://www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG21/Techniques/failures/F2