This rule verifies if there is defined
italic for a text with length more than 80 characters.
WCAG Understanding Guideline 3.1 includes an advisory technique for
avoiding chunks of italic text. Similarly WebAIM advises as follows:
Do not use italics or bold on long sections of text, but at the same time
use various stylistic elements (italics, bold, color, brief animation, or differently-styled content) to highlight important content.
This rule checks 2 cases:
- Determine reasonable text length – must be less than 80 characters.
- Determine if element has defined
How to fix it
The rule passes when specified element contains text with a length of more than 80 characters and has no defined style