Mourlot Editions Site ADA compliance status report



Date : October 22th, 2019

Summary

The target site is the "home page": https://www.mourloteditions.com/ of the Mourlot Editions site. The ADA compliance diagnosis was executed and a related report was generated. The following table is a summary of the results and the corresponding details can also be reviewed. This report is the results of the evaluation of one page from 254 pages of this site.


Total issues: 20

Missing alternative text: 1

Long alternative text: 1

Missing form label: 2

Empty link: 1

Contrast Errors: 5

Id attribute not unique: 3

Multiple form labels: 2

Suspicious link text:1

Redundant link: 4

 

Errors Graphic Summary

Issues Detailed information


URL

Error Type

Error description

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

1 Missing alternative text

What It Means

Image alternative text is not present.

Why It Matters

Each image must have an alt attribute. Without alternative text, the content of an image will not be available to screen reader users or when the image is unavailable.

Standards and Guidelines

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

2 Missing form label

 

What It Means

A form control does not have a corresponding label.

Why It Matters

If a form control does not have a properly associated text label, the function or purpose of that form control may not be presented to screen reader users. Form labels also provide visible descriptions and larger clickable targets for form controls.

Standards and Guidelines


https://www.mourloteditions.com/

1 Empty link

 

What It Means

A link contains no text.

Why It Matters

If a link contains no text, the function or purpose of the link will not be presented to the user. This can introduce confusion for keyboard and screen reader users.

Standards and Guidelines

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

5 Contrast Errors

What It Means

Very low contrast between foreground and background colors.

Why It Matters

Adequate contrast is necessary for all users, especially users with low vision.

Standards and Guidelines

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

3 Id attribute not unique

What It Means

Document has multiple static elements with the same id attribute.

Why It Matters

The ID attribute uniquely identifies elements on a page. It does not make sense to duplicate an ID.

Standards and Guidelines

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

2 Multiple form labels

What It Means

A form control has more than one label associated with it.

Why It Matters

A form control should have at most one associated label element. If more than one label element is associated to the control, assistive technology may not read the appropriate label.

Standards and Guidelines

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

1 Suspicious link text

What It Means

Link text contains extraneous text or may not make sense out of context.

Why It Matters

Links, which are often read out of context, should clearly describe the destination or function of the link. Ambiguous text, text that does not make sense out of context, and extraneous text (such as "click here") can cause confusion and should be avoided.

Standards and Guidelines

 

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

4 Redundant link

What It Means

Adjacent links go to the same URL.

Why It Matters

When adjacent links go to the same location (such as a linked product image and an adjacent linked product name that go to the same product page) this results in additional navigation and repetition for keyboard and screen reader users.

Standards and Guidelines

2.4.4 Link Purpose (In Context) (Level A)

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

1 Long alternative text

What It Means

An image has very long alternative text.

Why It Matters

Alternative text should be succinct, yet descriptive of the content and function of an image. Lengthy alternative text (more than around 100 characters) often indicates that extraneous content or content that is not available to sighted users is being presented.

Standards and Guidelines

1.1 Non-text Content (Level A)

 

To Review

Title

Error Type

Error description

https://www.mourloteditions.com/

14 Noscript element


What It Means

A <noscript> element is present.

Why It Matters

Content within <noscript> is presented if JavaScript is disabled. Because nearly all users (including users of screen readers and other assistive technologies) have JavaScript enabled, <noscript> cannot be used to provide an accessible version of inaccessible scripted content.

Standards and Guidelines