What does this mean?

Lists (e.g., <ul> or <ol>) should only contain list items (<li>) as a direct descendant to ensure that screen readers can accurately report the amount of items contained in the list.

If you had the following HTML example, some screen readers would report that you have two list items, when you actually have four. This may display properly in your browser for visual users, but the reality is, this not semantic HTML and risks confusing screen reader users.

<ul>
    <div class="some_class">
        <li>Example 1</li>
    </div>
    <div class="some_other_class">
        <li>Example 2</li>
        <li>Example 3</li>
        <li>Example 4</li>
    </div>
</ul>

To fix this, you would need to remove the <div class="some_class"> and <div class="some_other_class> elements and ensure only <li> list items remain.

See Technique H88 for more information.



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<div id="div-link-inv" class="row">...</div> 125
<p>...</p> 9
<ul>...</ul> 3
<br> 2
<div class="scroll-table-container">...</div> 2
<p>Following completion of the Potential Transaction, and taking into account the issue of new Bovis Homes shares under the Placing and the Bonus Issue, Galliford Try shareholders would own in aggregate approximately 29.3% of the enlarged Bovis Homes entity.</p> 1
<p>The Bovis Homes and Galliford Try Boards believe that the Potential Transaction will provide Bovis Homes with an enhanced housebuilding platform to compete more effectively in the UK housebuilding market, accelerate Bovis Homes' move into the higher growth partnerships and regeneration markets and provide Bovis Homes with a complementary geographical footprint and strategic land bank.</p> 1
<p>The Bovis Homes and Galliford Try Boards believe that the Potential Transaction will generate significant synergies and create substantial shareholder value. The synergies are expected to originate from both Bovis Homes and Galliford Try and comprise both operational and procurement savings.</p> 1
<p>If the Potential Transaction proceeds, the Cash Consideration of £300 million would be financed by: (i) an equity placing by Bovis Homes, by way of an accelerated bookbuild, for cash of 9.99% of Bovis Homes' existing share capital (the "Placing"); and (ii) the raising of additional debt by Bovis Homes and utilisation of its existing balance sheet resources. It is the intention of the Bovis Homes Board to retain a strong and robust balance sheet.</p> 1
<p>Commenting on the benefits of the Potential Transaction for Galliford Try, Graham Prothero, CEO of Galliford Try said:</p> 1
163 distinct issues were found in the sample of 125 web pages. Only the first 10 issues are shown here.
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