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Re: Heading overkill?

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From: Ryan E. Benson
Date: Mar 28, 2014 10:55AM


That was my thought, or just make the slide title an H1, since most people
would not need the course title every single time.

Does anybody know of an article that:
- advocates what Birkir said? So I have more than, cause I said so.
- says changing headings in times like this is fine?

of course two different articles are fine.

--
Ryan E. Benson


On Fri, Mar 28, 2014 at 12:35 PM, Birkir R. Gunnarsson <
<EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:

> Those slides need a good and proper beheading, for their own good.
> Headings are useless, from a navigational point of view, when they sit
> next to each other in content order.
> While these certainly communicate the content hierarchy to a degree,
> the context of the text more than adequately does that by itself, in
> my opinion from the humble pie farm.
> I would recommend an h1 for the course and an h2 for the title of each
> one of the slides.
> At least no more than 2 out of the 4 lines should be headings, ideally
> the title of the slide should be one, because that is where the user
> is most likely to be going.
> Cheers
> -B
> Birkir Gunnarsson
> Accessibility SME | Deque Systems
>
>
>
> On 3/28/14, Ryan E. Benson < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> > Hi All,
> >
> > I am reviewing a course, and I feel like they used headings a bit too
> > liberally.
> >
> > Each page is designed like a slide, and one title per "slide":
> >
> > <h1>Course Title</h1>
> > <h2>Module title</h2>
> > <h3>Lesson Title</h3>
> > <h4>slide title</h4>
> > // couple lines of content
> >
> > Can I get some feedback on this?
> > --
> > Ryan E. Benson
> > > > > > > >
>
>
> --
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> > > >