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    angie_s
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    Hello!

    We need your help!
    When checking the site (http://asetsika.000webhostapp.com/) with achecker all of a sudden an error occurs. (A week ago there was no error)

    It is the following:

    Check 188: Label text is empty.
    Repair: Add text to the label element.
    Error Line 94, Column 6:
    <input type="search" class="search-field" placeholder="Αναζήτηση&hellip;" value="" name="s" ...

    It is the serach form when mobile menu is activated. It was always activated but now shows us as error.

    Thank you!

    #20054

    Oliver Juhas
    Keymaster

    Hi angie_s,

    This is false positive AChecker throws for WordPress native search form (so, not a theme issue here). The label is set correctly in the form though, it’s just not set the way AChecker wants… You can read more about this issue and how to fix it in my knowledge base article.

    Please note that AChecker is not a particularly good tool for accessibility testing, like I’ve mentioned previously. WordPress does not recommend it either (check https://make.wordpress.org/accessibility/handbook/which-tools-can-i-use/useful-tools/). For example, if you look at the AChecker credits, it seems the script is at least 7 years old (with their API falling back to 2009). All the other accessibility tools have more modern, constantly updated code.

    Best regards,

    Oliver Juhas
    WebMan Design

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