Expected Behavior: The search input field should have a proper visual label to assist users in understanding its purpose. Placeholders should not be used as alternatives to explicit labels.
Actual Behavior: The search input field currently uses a placeholder to provide a visual label. This is inappropriate as the placeholder disappears when users start entering text.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Navigate to the Tables product.
- Observe the Search input field present above the table.
- WCAG Guideline: 1.3.1 - Level A
- Component: Forms
- Issue Type: Type 1
- Reference: W3C WAI - Providing Instructions
Suggested Fix: Validate that the HTML placeholder attribute is not used as an alternative to an explicit label. A proper visual label should be provided prior to the search input field.I