Epic #75567: Accessibility: As an editor I want to create accessible content which passes the accessiblity tests from WCAG 2.0.
Form: I want to create a WCAG conform form
As an editor I want to create a form which must pass the accessibility-tests WCAG 2.0.Acceptance Criteria:
- A warning is displayed if:
- the label of one of the following Basic form element is empty: Text Field, Text Area, Checkbox, Radio Button, Drop Down, Upload Field, Password Field, Submit Button, Reset Button, Button
- the legend of a Predefined form elements is empty
The warning contains the WGAC rule and a direct link to the WCAG tutorial (WCAG rule 3.3.2 - Levela A - https://www.w3.org/WAI/WCAG20/quickref/#minimize-error-cues ) and the link to the W3C tutorials ( https://www.w3.org/WAI/tutorials/forms/ )
Updated by Andrea Moroni over 3 years ago
I've checked today several forms made with the new Form EXT and found one critical issue on all forms...
Form elements must have labels see attached image
checked with https://www.deque.com/products/axe/ and WCAG Accessibility Audit chrome Plugins
Updated by Bjoern Jacob over 3 years ago
Okay, valid point. But now the tricky question. What would be the text (either for the label or the title attribute)? Wanna call it "Hey spammers" or "Honeypot" or "Don't fill me"? I think it is rather complicated to find an appropriate label which stops human beings from filling it out without telling the bot "c'mon this is a honeypot".