form landmark must only contain
- Form landmarks provide a way to identify groups of form controls and widgets on the page.
form landmarks containing more than one group of controls, where each is considered its own section, use
region landmarks to identify these sections.
- Ensuring that the landmark structure of a page is not overly complex enables users of assistive technologies to more easily find and navigate to the desired content.
||No for HTML4 Legacy Techniques ruleset mapping
|WCAG 2.0 Success Criteria
1.3.1 Info and Relationships (Level A, Primary Success Criterion)
form element or an element with a
role="form" attribute, which also has an author-defined accessible name, will be considered an
form landmark should be a container element of all the form controls in the form.
- Use a element
[role=region] attribute or a
section on an element that identifies subgroups or sections of controls.
- Use ARIA labeling techniques to give each region an accessible name describing the contents of the region.