Header Structure for Accessibility
- Each major section of content should be represented by a heading. You may have seen the HTML code looks like:
- The heading levels should form a logical hierarchical outline of the content on the page.
- Headings should NOT skip levels. A child element of a heading level 2 should be a heading level 3, for example, not a heading level 5.
- Don't use headings for their design. For example, If you are after a red title, don't use header 3 unless it fits the content structure to do so.
- There MUST be only one heading level 1
.In Cascade, this is the Page Title.
Cascade Inline MetaData for Page Title
Display Name in Cascade acts as the text used in the navigation bar.
Page Title in Cascade acts web browser page title and as the first herader
on the page itself.
Adding Header Structure
Within content, Cascade's wysiwyg offers and easy way to insert headers. Place your cursor in the text that is your header and apply the appropriate header from the Formats dropdown menu.
Good Example: Real Headings
The headings in this example are marked with true heading elements (
Civil Rights Laws
Bad Example: Fake Headings Using Styles
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"Setting fake header"
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