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Embedded video iFrame does not have title attribute. #9374

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shipley-dcc opened this issue Oct 20, 2019 · 1 comment
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Embedded video iFrame does not have title attribute. #9374

shipley-dcc opened this issue Oct 20, 2019 · 1 comment


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@shipley-dcc shipley-dcc commented Oct 20, 2019


  • I have searched for similar issues in both open and closed tickets and cannot find a duplicate.
  • The issue still exists against the latest stable version of Elementor.


As a user relying on web accessibility technology to access the internet I would like to know more information about an iframe when it is included in a web page so that I can better understand its purpose and content.

According to W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 - 4.1.2 Name, Role, Value - For all user interface components the name and role can be programmatically determined.

To aid in satisfying this requirement the W3C recommends Technique H64: Using the title attribute of the frame and iframe elements.

Steps to reproduce

Add a Video widget to a website using Elementor. Inspect the embedded iFrame. The title attribute is not included.

Isolating the problem

  • This bug happens with only Elementor plugin active (and Elementor Pro).
  • This bug happens with a default WordPress theme active.
  • I can reproduce this bug consistently using the steps above.


== Server Environment ==
Operating System: Darwin
Software: Apache/2.4.41 (Unix) OpenSSL/1.1.1d PHP/7.3.10
MySQL version: Homebrew v10.4.6
PHP Version: 7.3.10
PHP Max Input Vars: 1000
PHP Max Post Size: 8M
GD Installed: Yes
ZIP Installed: Yes
Write Permissions: All right
Elementor Library: Connected

== WordPress Environment ==
Version: 5.2.3
WP Multisite: No
Max Upload Size: 2 MB
Memory limit: 256M
Permalink Structure: /%postname%/
Language: en-US
Timezone: 0
Debug Mode: Inactive

== Theme ==
Name: OceanWP
Version: 1.6.8
Author: Nick
Child Theme: No

== User ==
Role: administrator
WP Profile lang: en_US
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_15_0) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/77.0.3865.120 Safari/537.36

== Active Plugins ==
All-in-One WP Migration
Version: 7.2
Author: ServMask

Better Search Replace
	Version: 1.3.3
	Author: Delicious Brains

Duplicate Page
	Version: 3.8
	Author: mndpsingh287

	Version: 2.6.6

Elementor Pro
	Version: 2.5.11

Gravity Forms
	Author: rocketgenius

GravityWP - CSS Selector
	Version: 1.0.1
	Author: GravityWP

JetElements For Elementor
	Version: 1.15.16
	Author: Zemez

Ocean Extra
	Version: 1.5.10
	Author: OceanWP

Styles & Layouts Gravity Forms
	Version: 4.2.1
	Author: Sushil Kumar

UpdraftPlus - Backup/Restore
	Version: 1.16.16
	Author: UpdraftPlus.Com, DavidAnderson

WP Fastest Cache
	Author: Emre Vona
KingYes added a commit that referenced this issue Nov 14, 2019

Fix issue #9374: Added title attribute to embedded iframes.
@shilo-ey shilo-ey added this to the 2.8.0 milestone Nov 17, 2019
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@shilo-ey shilo-ey commented Dec 9, 2019

This issue has been resolved in Elementor v2.8

Feel free to update


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