Julianne Ragland

Making WooCommerce checkout page headings semantic

September 03, 2019

On a recent client project, I noticed that the headings on WooCommerce’s checkout page jump straight from level one to level three. This isn’t great for screen reader users, who often use headings for navigation. To fix it, I added a visually hidden <h2> (as suggested by a WordPress developer on GitHub).

add_action( 'woocommerce_before_checkout_form', 'jbr_add_checkout_h2' );
function jbr_add_checkout_h2( $checkout ) {
    echo '<h2 class="screen-reader-text">Your details and order</h2> ' ;

Julianne Ragland

Code snippets from Julianne Ragland, a front end developer in Minneapolis working mainly in WordPress.