Page with no headings Accessibility Checkpoint
Each section of content should begin with a heading element (
h3), but this page has no headings.
In HTML place headings before each section of content, making sure the main heading is
h1, sub-headings are
h2 and so on. For PDFs produced from Word, use the Heading 1, Heading 2 and Heading 3 styles.
- WCAG 2.0 (Success Criteria: 2.4.10 level AAA)
- WCAG 2.1 (Success Criteria: 2.4.10 level AAA)
- WCAG 2.2 (Success Criteria: 2.4.10 level AAA)
- 5.35 Oct 2019 Now detects ARIA headings. Changed rule ID from AccWcag1-12.3.1 to AccPageNoHeadings.
- 5.3 Sep 2013 Now detects PDF documents without headings.
- 3.5 Dec 2009 Corrected priority.
- 3.0 Dec 2008 Now triggers WCAG2 issue.
- 1.0 Feb 2007 Added.
This page describes a web site issue detected in PDF and HTML documents by SortSite Desktop and OnDemand Suite.
Rule ID: AccPageNoHeadings