Web Accessibility, Part 7: Form Labels, Instructions, and Validation

I completed the Form Labels, Instructions and Validation course today. It is the eighth course of thirteen in the Deque Web Accessibility Certification course.

I want to help you improve user experience by conducting accessibility audits with specific recommendations how to improve code both semantically and programmatically.

The course covered the following:

Ensuring users can understand and interact successfully with forms, including field labels, group labels, instructions, required fields, HTML5 input types, form validation (success and error messages), etc.

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