Atelier First step to WCAG: errors - Fermé

 
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30 HTML When you provide an a element, do not leave it empty except if it is used as an anchor 0
27 HTML Don't use the align attribute 0
52 HTML Don't use an alink attribute 0
37 HTML Use the alt attribute for every applet element 0
36 HTML Use the alt attribute for every area element 0
44 HTML Don't use the same value for alt attributes for multiple area elements with different href values 0
46 HTML Don't use the background attribute 0
78 HTML Don't use the basefont element 0
61 HTML Don't use the bgcolor attribute 0
47 HTML Don't use the bgsound element 0
79 HTML Don't use the blink element 0
13 HTML Use at least one h1 element as a descendant of body element 0
43 HTML Don't use the border attribute 0
31 HTML When you provide a button element, do not leave it empty 0
49 HTML Don't use the same content for a caption element and a summary attribute 0
50 HTML When you provide a caption element, do not leave it empty 0
51 HTML Don't use a caption element in a table element containing only td elements 0
80 HTML Don't use the center element 0
25 HTML Use a dt element as the first child of a dl element
0
69 HTML Use a legend element as a child of every fieldset element 0
81 HTML Don't use the font element 0
9 HTML Use the title attribute for every frame element 0
10 HTML When you provide a title attribute for a frame element, do not leave it empty 0
14 HTML When you provide a h1 element, do not leave it empty 0
15 HTML When you provide a h2 element, do not leave it empty 0
20 HTML Use  a h1, h2, h3, h4, h5 or h6 element as a first heading before a h2 element in the source order 0
16 HTML When you provide a h3 element, do not leave it empty 0
21 HTML Use a h2, h3, h4, h5 or h6 element as a first heading before a h3 element in the source order 0
17 HTML When you provide a h4 element, do not leave it empty 0
22 HTML Use a h3, h4, h5 or h6 element as a first heading before a h4 element in the source order 0
18 HTML When you provide a h5 element, do not leave it empty 0
23 HTML Use a h4, h5 or h6 element as a first heading before a h5 element in the source order 0
19 HTML When you provide a h6 element, do not leave it empty 0
24 HTML Use a h5 or h6 element as a first heading before a h6 element in the source order 0
3 HTML Use a title element as a child of the head element 0
6 HTML Use the lang attribute for the html element 0
1 HTML Use a W3C-conforming DTD syntax before the html element 0
2 HTML Don't use wrong attribute syntax or non-conforming element hierarchy inside the html element 0
11 HTML Use the title attribute for every iframe element 0
12 HTML When you provide a title attribute for an iframe element, do not leave it empty 0
35 HTML Use the alt attribute for every img element 0
39 HTML If the img element is the only child of a button or an a element, do not leave its alt attribute empty 0
45 HTML Use a URI as the value for a longdesc attribute 0
38 HTML Use the alt attribute for every input type=image element 0
40 HTML When you provide an alt attribute for an input type=image element, do not leave it empty 0
67 HTML When you provide an input type=submit, do not leave its value attribute empty 0
72 HTML Use the for attribute for every label element 0
73 HTML When you provide a for attribute for a label element, do not leave it empty 0
74 HTML A for attribute must have a value that matches an id attribute inside the form element 0
7 HTML Use a valid language code for the lang attribute 0
71 HTML When you provide a legend element, do not leave it empty 0
26 HTML When you provide a li element, do not leave it empty 0
34 HTML Don't use the link attribute 0
57 HTML Don't use the listing element 0
68 HTML Don't use the marquee element 0
5 HTML Don't use a meta element with an http-equiv attribute and a value equal to refresh 0
75 HTML Use the label attribute for every optgroup element 0
76 HTML Don't use the same label attribute for different optgroup elements of the same select element 0
77 HTML When you provide a label attribute for an optgroup element, do not leave it empty 0
29 HTML When you provide a p element, do not leave it empty 0
64 HTML Don't use the plaintext element 0
56 HTML Don't use the strike element 0
48 HTML Use a caption element as the first child of a table element containing at least one th element 0
58 HTML Use at least one th element inside a table element with a caption element or a non-empty summary attribute 0
53 HTML Don't use the same content for a summary attribute and a caption element 0
54 HTML When you provide a summary attribute for a table element containing a th or a caption element, do not leave it empty 0
55 HTML Don't use a summary attribute on a table element containg only td elements 0
63 HTML Use a headers attribute on every td element if the corresponding th element has an id attribute 0
65 HTML Don't use for a headers attribute a value which matches an id attribute used for a td of the table element 0
33 HTML Don't use the text attribute 0
59 HTML Use a scope or id attribute for every non-empty th element 0
60 HTML Don't use a value other than row or col for the scope attribute 0
4 HTML When you provide a title element, do not leave it empty 0
62 HTML Don't use the tt element 0
32 HTML Don't use the vlink attribute 0
28 HTML Don't use the xmp element 0
41 HTML When you provide an alt attribute for an area element, do not leave it empty 0
66 HTML Use a button, or an input of type submit, image or button inside a form element 0
8 HTML Don't use a value other than ltr, rtl or empty for the dir attribute 0
70 HTML Don't use a fieldset element without a form element 0
42 HTML If an img element is a child of an a element with text, do not use the same text for its alt attribute as the text inside the a element 0