Tiny Interview: Unsemantic Markup
Semantic markup in HTML is a writing style for structuring your HTML applications.
For this tiny interview, you are to improve the accessibility of the blog page from the current score of 82 to 92. The following todo items have been outlined to help you achieve this goal:
– Edit the HTML source code made up of
divs and unsemantic elements with appropriate semantic tags where they make sense.
– Identify the relevant
divs and replace them with appropriate semantic tags such as
footer etc. as well as including HTML attributes such as
aria-label that improves accessibility
– In the end, the web page’s accessibility score on Lighthouse should go from the current score of 82 to the official solution’s Accessibility score of 98.
Tiny interview solution
Verify your solution with the official solution in this sandbox.
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