AJAX

What the issue is

An often overlooked accessibility issue is when the page title fails to update after a dynamic content change. This occurs primarily in single-page applications (SPAs) or in any web page where content updates dynamically without a full page reload. When users navigate through different content sections or complete actions that significantly change the page context (such as submitting a form), if the page title does not reflect these changes, it can cause confusion and disorientation, particularly for users depending on assistive technologies.

What the issue is

Scripted or AJAX-loaded content often fails to include appropriate lang attributes when inserting text or other content into the document dynamically, particularly content in a different language than the main page or application. This failure can impact user understanding due to incorrect language processing by assistive technologies.

What the issue is

Web pages that dynamically update content without refreshing the entire page may fail to adjust the lang attribute to match the new content's language. This scenario can occur in single-page applications, AJAX content updates, or any dynamic content change that involves a language switch not reflected in the document's language settings.