Operable 2.4 Navigable
Provide ways to help users navigate, find content, and determine where they are.
- Include a skip to content link as the very first thing on the page.
- All pages have a title relative to the content on the page.
- Use breadcrumb navigation when there are multiple levels of nested pages.
- Avoid ambiguous link text such as “click here” or “learn more”.
|2.4.1||A||Sections of a website that are repeated on multiple pages can be skipped.|
|2.4.2||A||All pages have a descriptive title.|
|2.4.3||A||The focus order of elements on the page is in a logical order.|
|2.4.4||A||The purpose of each link can be determined from the link text alone without needing context from the surrounding content.|
|2.4.5||AA||There is more than one way to locate a specific page in a website.|
|2.4.6||AA||Headings and labels are descriptive.|
|2.4.7||AA||It is visually obvious where the current focus is on the website.|
|2.4.8||AAA||Users understand where they are located within a website.|
|2.4.9||AAA||The purpose of each link can be identified by text alone.|
|2.4.10||AAA||Section headings are used to organize content.|