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Improving Accessibility Score - Links and Buttons Do Not Have Accessible/Discernible Name - Help!

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Hi, 

I'm trying to improve my accessibility scores, and my audit is flagging up the following issues (see images 1 & 2). The "links do not have a discernible name" is point to the images in image 3, attached below. 

My website is johnbristoltherapy.co.uk. 

I have tried to change the name of the images in the content box, but it's not having an impact. And I can't find a way to edit the mobile menu button. 

Any help greatly appreciated!

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Hi John,

Is this the Google Lighthouse accessibility tool that you're using? It appears to be flagging the image overlay, not the image itself:

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The problem is that the anchor elements are empty. You'd have to retroactively fix this with Javascript by adding in an aria-hidden attribute or adding innerHTML content. Similarly, the mobile navigation menu button can be fixed by adding in an aria-label.

These are the kinds of issues my team and I fix often. If you're interested in having us take a look, feel free to DM me or hit us up at squareada.com.


Is your Squarespace website ADA compliant? Find out with our free accessibility audit.

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