Headings and semantic structure for accessible web pages

Marcy Sutton
InstructorMarcy Sutton

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Webpages are more than simply how they look. By coding with headings, landmarks and semantic HTML, you can expose a rich document outline to users of assistive technologies, as well as search engines.

Tim
Tim
~ 5 years ago

Nice lesson! Also, it is correct form to have multiple h1's per document, provided that you are using html5 doctype and the h1's are each in a distinct article.

Mark Jones
Mark Jones
~ 2 years ago

How do you find this extension you are using in the video?

Robert Pearce
Robert Pearce
~ 2 years ago

Mark, looks like https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/web-developer/ based on her website https://marcysutton.com/web-accessibility-resources