Link text used for multiple destinations
The same link text is used for links going to different destinations on the same page. An example of this might be multiple hyperlinks using “Learn more” to take users to another page.
Link text is too generic in its current context
The link text is generic and does not identify the purpose of the link. An example of this would be using “Learn more” for a hyperlink instead of “Learn more about accessibility”. The link text should tell the user where they will be taken by clicking the link.
Heading is missing text
There is an empty heading on the page. In this example, the Heading in the In-content Callout was left empty:
Once fixed, the heading is no longer empty:
Image link is missing alternative text
The image link is missing alternative text stating the purpose of the link. This can happen in an image gallery on a page/post or in the header images on a page. Alternative text can be added by editing the image in the Media library to include alternative text describing the image. Images can also be marked as “Decorative” to indicate that it is purely decorative and does not require alternative text.
The image does not have the correct alternative
The image is not marked as “Decorative” and has a title attribute. This can be fixed by either adding alt text in the Image Details or Media Library or by designating the image as Decorative.
Should image be marked as decorative?
The image has no alt text but is not marked as “Decorative”. Edit the image in the Media Library to indicate that it is “Decorative” and does not require alt text.