I am trying to help my teachers bring their websites to ADA Compliance standards. Most of the Weebly templates, do not have H1 tags thus causing an alert. Unfortunately, in the education Weebly accounts, we cannot use any apps such as the H1 Tab : https://www.weebly.com/app-center/h1-tag . In addition, I notice that sometimes the template has "A form label is present, but does not contain any content." and I cannot erase these.
I do not know html/css nor do my staff and trying to go in to fix the code on each page would be very difficult. We truly like Weebly's platform but need ways to fix these issues.
I am asking Weebly to give the education version access to the Apps and/or provide some templates that are ADA compliant after using the website http://wave.webaim.org to test our website. (I see that adding Apps to the education version is not on the radar, so at least provide us with some templates).
This is becoming a big issue in the education sector and we love the product. Please help.
We'd like to bring the App Center to as many Weebly users as possible, although I don't know when or if the App Center will be available for Education accounts. An H1 tag can be added with the Embed Code element, though:
<h1 class="wsite-title"> YOUR TEXT HERE </h1>
Just replace the text with whatever you wanted it to say on the page and paste it into the element.
We are working on certain elements or parts of sites that need tweaking in order to better help with ADA needs. We also have a few articles in our Help Center that can help: https://hc.weebly.com/hc/en-us/sections/115003954868-Web-Accessibility