The HTML content has tables that don't have any headers


The HTML content contains tables that don’t have or properly specify a header structure. People with screen readers or other assistive devices rely on a semantically meaningful and correct heading structure to help them navigate the table and understand the meaning of every cell, but it can be beneficial to everyone to have a clear structure in the table.

Tips on How to Fix

  1. Open the content editor for the course content with the table missing a header row
  2. If necessary, add a top row with categories for each column, then
  3. Use the instructor feedback tool to tag the header row/column appropriately
Refer to caption Instructor Feedback Gauge