[wp-trac] [WordPress Trac] #26601: Inappropriate content in headings on admin screens

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Wed Mar 25 01:30:34 UTC 2015

#26601: Inappropriate content in headings on admin screens
 Reporter:  grahamarmfield           |       Owner:
     Type:  defect (bug)             |      Status:  new
 Priority:  normal                   |   Milestone:  4.2
Component:  Administration           |     Version:  3.8
 Severity:  normal                   |  Resolution:
 Keywords:  has-patch needs-testing  |     Focuses:  accessibility,
  dev-feedback                       |  administration

Comment (by trishasalas):

 Hi @valendesigns,

 Thanks for helping out! :)

 I did patch 7 and have just refreshed for the newest core changes.  I
 tried to stick to just changing the specific pages that had the issue that
 was reported so as to keep things as simple as possible (since it's such a
 large ticket).  I was thinking more accessibility than visual so there are
 some slight changes in spacing with the buttons in relation to the <h2>
 tag itself.  (usually very slight depending on the screen)

 By way of information, I added the <header> tag simply because I needed a
 block level element and that seemed the most appropriate given the
 location (no need for extra classes.)  I did go ahead and carry that out
 to all the pages I edited for the sake of consistency.  If a div (or even
 some css float fixes) are more appropriate here I'm very open....there is
 usually more than one way to do something :)

 All that said, I very well could have missed some backwards compatibility,
 etc.  What other changes where you addressing with your patch?  I would
 love to see this be as thorough as possible for screen reader users
 without negatively affecting others (plugin authors, etc)


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