Joomla Website Fixes

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i have a list of coding errors

you'll need to fix these errors and then I'll do another test to check again. in the detail section i have provided the type of errors, u will be given a detailed list of where these errors are.

most if not all can be fixed from within joomla cms itself.

These are the list of the types of errors in the report. there are close to 500 total errors found on different pages. there are pages with more than one error types, i can sort these out for you so you can go to one page and fix server types of errors.

Identify row and column headers in data tables using TH elements. If the table has headers marked up using TD, then change these to TH. If the table has no headers, add TH elements describing each row and/or column.
Guideline: Section 508 (g)

IFRAME tags must have alternative content. To cater for screen readers that don't support frames, place some text in the IFRAME tag. For example: <iframe src='[url removed, login to view]'>Alternative content</iframe>

IMG ALT text must not be the same as the image file name. Change the ALT text to a description of the image.
Guideline: Section 508 (a)

IMG tags must have an ALT attribute. Add an ALT attribute describing each image, which screen readers read aloud. Spacer images and purely decorative images should use ALT=''.
Guideline: Section 508 (a)

No TITLE attributes found for the FRAMEs on these pages. Add a TITLE attribute to each FRAME (e.g. TITLE="Main Content"). Screen readers read out the TITLE letting the user decide which frame to visit.
Guideline: Section 508 (i)

PDFs must be tagged to be accessible by screen readers. If using Word, enable the "Document structure tags" option when exporting, or use the "Make Accessible" plug-in for Adobe Acrobat.
Guideline: Section 508 (a)

Provide a way to skip repetitive navigation links. Without a skip link, screen readers read out the navigation links on every page before reading the page content. This often done by having a "Skip to Content" link at the start of the document hidden by CSS, so it only renders in a screen reader: <a class="accessible" href="#main">[Skip to Content]
Guideline: Section 508 (o)

This form has fields without LABEL elements or TITLE attributes. Screen readers use LABEL elements or TITLE attributes to describe form fields to non-sighted users. Without these, forms are very hard to use with a screen reader. Forms designed to be completed online shall allow people using assistive technology to access the information, field elements, and functionality required for completion and submission of the form, including all directions and cues.
Guideline: Section 508 (n)

This page has links to a PDF file, but does not provide a link to download Acrobat Reader. You should include a link to download Acrobat Reader. When a web page requires that an applet, plug-in or other application be present on the client system to interpret page content, the page must provide a link to a plug-in or applet that complies with [url removed, login to view](a) through (l).
Guideline: Section 508 (m)

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