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Is adding <lang> to one of the pages is enought?

As per Success Criterion 3.1.1 of Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, it’s essential to have language defined to the document. We have got a question that “Is defining <lang> to one of the pages on a website is sufficient or it has to be defined on all pages?”

Answer is Yes, we need to define on all of the pages. If there is a common <header> for all the pages, that takes care of.

Web Accessibility – a myth

The availability of the Web is not another idea. The Web Accessibility Initiative was launched in 1997, but 20 years later, it is a largely ignored and unfulfilled part of the advancement of the Web. There are deep-seated confusions about availability that prevent individuals from trying to join incorporate accessibility in their sites. Let us take a tour of it. Ask any queries you have. We will revert back you asap.

Are layout tables bad?

If <role="presentation> is added layout tables does not do any harm. It’s good to use <table> mark-up for layout purpose, if use case is just on a particular page; but to control layout on cross pages, use of CSS is recommended.