button, link, and menuitem elements do not have accessible names
"Button, link, and menuitem elements do not have accessible names" essentially means that your webpage has buttons, links, and menu items that do not have accessible names, which can make it difficult for users, especially those using screen readers, to understand what these elements do.
How to fix it
The solution is to give your buttons, links, and menu items accessible names. Here's how:
Step 1: Identify Elements Without Accessible Names
First, you need to identify the buttons, links, and menu items that do not have accessible names. You can use Chrome DevTools for this. Open DevTools, go to the 'Elements' tab, and look for <button>, <a>, and <menuitem> tags in your HTML that do not have accessible names.
Step 2: Give Elements Accessible Names
Once you've identified the elements without accessible names, you need to give them accessible names. This can be done by adding text inside the tags, or by using the aria-label attribute if the name should be hidden from visual users.
<!-- Before --> <button></button> <!-- After --> <button>Submit</button> <!-- or --> <button aria-label="Submit"></button>
In this example, we've given a button an accessible name by adding text inside the tag, and by using the aria-label attribute.
Step 3: Test Your Changes
For an even better solution, consider testing your changes to make sure they don't break any functionality. This can help ensure that your site still works as expected with the accessible names.