Anchor element found with a valid href attribute, but no link content has been supplied.
This button element does not have a name available to an accessibility API. Valid names are: title attribute, element content.
Form does not contain a submit button (input type="submit", input type="image", or button type="submit").
Duplicate id attribute value "Layer_1" found on the web page.
If this element contains a navigation section, it is recommended that it be marked up as a list.
This label's "for" attribute contains an ID that does not exist in the document fragment.
This hidden form field is labelled in some way. There should be no need to label a hidden form field.
The heading structure is not logically nested. This h4 element should be an h2 to be properly nested.
Img element is marked so that it is ignored by Assistive Technology.
Anchor element found with link content, but no href, ID or name attribute has been supplied.
Check that the title element describes the document.
Check that the link text combined with programmatically determined link context identifies the purpose of the link.
Check that a change of context does not occur when this input field receives focus.
If an input error is automatically detected in this form, check that the item(s) in error are identified and the error(s) are described to the user in text.
Check that descriptive labels or instructions (including for required fields) are provided for user input in this form.
If this image cannot be fully described in a short text alternative, ensure a long text alternative is also available, such as in the body text or through a link.
Ensure that the img element's alt text serves the same purpose and presents the same information as the image.
You have no ignored rules.