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Re: Having h5 after h2 is a violation as per 1.3.1 info & relationships. - was: WCAG violations or accessibility enhancements

From: Patrick H. Lauke <redux@splintered.co.uk>
Date: Fri, 2 Mar 2018 14:58:55 +0000
To: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Message-ID: <48b9af97-fb5d-416d-d3e3-a8509ca0ea43@splintered.co.uk>
On 02/03/2018 14:51, Glenda Sims wrote:
> Crazy idea o' the week.  This problem of heading structure never happens 
> to us in ordered lists..because we let the browsers render the list 
> numbers.  Wouldn't it be super cool if we could have a similar construct 
> in html for headings.
> I've only had one cup o' coffee....so this may not be the best idea I 
> ever had...
> Example of dynamic heading structure
> <oh>  Glenda's make believe ordered headings
>     <hi>  Glenda's make believe heading item </hi>
>     <oh>
>          <hi> Another make believe heading item </hi>
> <!--#include file="includewithheading.html" -->
>          <hi>The last heading in this example</hi>
> <!-- end of include -->
>      </oh>
> </oh>

We could call it an "outline algorithm" perhaps. And then wait for 
browsers to actually implement it in a meaningful way too?

Patrick H. Lauke

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