Sequence & Semantics
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Assistive technologies present content in DOM order (the order that it appears in the HTML), so it’s important that the DOM order matches the expected reading order. If they don’t match, the content won’t make sense to people who use assistive technologies.
Additionally, non-sighted users need access to all information on a page, even implied information through visual formatting. Using semantic markup helps achieve this by introducing meaning into a web page rather than just presentation.
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