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      <p>Messages, labels, and alerts for assistive development company users must be informative and give context.<br />For instance, if a form has numerous necessary fields but just one error message that says “This field is required,” how will a screen reader know which field you’re talking about? “First name is required,” “Email is required,” and so on.<br />Designers must additionally name all elements and components so that screen readers can provide context and guidance to users. For example, each piece of a search form may be labeled with an icon and an input field as follows:<br />label=”Begin search” for the search symbol<br />label=”Search query” in the input field<br />A screen reader understands what each element does, allowing the user to engage with the user interface component to find a product or website.</p>

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