Headers

All webpages must be hierarchically organized.

Screen readers often use a shortcut allowing users to view a list of all headings found on the page. The screen reader uses the heading code (H1-H6) to create this list. Some users also tab through the headings of a page. Heading codes used in the proper order will give an accurate 'picture' of what is on the web page. (Siteimprove, 2019)

Campus Web Example

The title of page will always be H1

web pages should only contain a single H1, webpages in the Campus web make the title of webpage the H1

Multiple H2 Headers can be present in webpage

multiple h2 headers can be present but only a single h1

This example contains H1, H2, and H3 in a webpage 

This example contains an example of H1, H2, and H3 in a webpage 

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Article ID: 84221
Created
Thu 8/1/19 11:35 AM
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Mon 8/26/19 8:24 AM