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Accessibility Checking for Large Sites

Rocket Validator integrates axe-core version 4.8 into an automated web site scanner.

Axe Core 4.6

Input buttons must have discernible text

Ensures that input buttons have legible text.

Without an accessible name, screen reader users cannot determine the purpose of a input type="button".

Without a discernible and accessible name, screen reader users cannot grasp the purpose of an image. A title for a photograph may just convey advisory information about the image. When used as a control, unnamed actionable visual images such as buttons have no clear definition of the destination, purpose, function, or action for the non-text material.

What this Accessibility Rule Checks

The text on input buttons must be readable.

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