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World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0.

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    Jason Bobich

    What specifically are you trying to change that you don’t understand? And please don’t just copy and paste everything that program is spitting out.

    Art Schobey


    Here is the issue that is generating the most “problems”.

    Check 117: i (italic) element used.
    Repair: Replace your i elements with em or strong.
    Error Line 349, Column 184:

    <i class=”sf-sub-indicator fa fa-caret-down”></i>

    Error Line 352, Column 195:

    <i class=”sf-sub-indicator fa fa-caret-right”></i>

    Jason Bobich

    This issue you’re referencing isn’t really relevant. — It used to be that the <i> was used to italicize text, and now we use <em> instead. So, your checker program is telling you that your italicized text won’t be read to the user as being italicized because you’re using the old tag. BUT in this case, we’re using the <i> tag to display the FontAwesome icons, and it has nothing to do with displaying italicized text.

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