1. First, understand the accessibility issue it has detected. WAVE will provide information about the type of error, where it is located on the page, and why it is problematic.
2. Evaluate the impact, since some accessibility issues are more severe than others, so it is important to evaluate the impact of the issue on users with disabilities and prioritize warnings first.
3. Once you have identified the issue and evaluated its impact, you will know which area of the site to tackle. This may involve modifying the code, changing the content or design, or adding assistive technologies to support users with disabilities.
4. After implementing the fix, test the website thoroughly to ensure that the fix has been implemented correctly and that it has not introduced any new issues.