Content is missing a section heading
Sections of content MUST begin with a heading.
Encountering a "wall of text", that is not broken down into logical sections with headings can be daunting. This is especially true for people with reading or other cognitive disabilities and people who are blind and use a screen reader. Dividing content into logical sections with descriptive headings and subheadings creates a visual and semantic organization of the content. When headings are clear and descriptive, people can find the information they seek more easily, and they can understand the relationships between different parts of the content more easily.
Fix this issue by providing headings at the top of each section that are clear, informative, and descriptive of the content that follows.