Link without a text alternative
Why is this an issue?
Links should always have a text alternative. Links represented by images or icons can be problematic for visitors who are blind or have low vision. The text alternative should describe the link's purpose — or what visitors can expect to find after they click it.
The link text can be inserted into the HTML — it does not have to be visible
What can cause this issue?
Empty elements can be the cause of this issue.
Remove the empty element.
To remove an empty link element, click on the button to the left of the element and choose REMOVE from the drop-down menu.