Hi all,

I received a design for a homepage that displays recent articles. These articles are wrapped within an all encompassing anchor tag (allowed by the HTML5 spec as far as I am aware). The article all contains a call to action type element e.g. 'Book a ticket' that was formally the link before it was decided that the link would cover the whole article element.

HTML Code:
<article>
			<a href="#">
				<img src="images/homepage/XXXX.jpg" width="354" height="209" />
				<h1>Gig title</h1>
				<p>Duis mollis, est non commodo luctus, nisi erat porttitor ligula, eget lacinia odio sem nec elit</p>
				<span class="readmore">Book a ticket</span><!--Formally a link-->
			</a>
</article>
Is this accessible?
- I don't believe it would be (I think because the span is not in direct context of the anchor tag? Is this correct?)

Look forward to hearing your thoughts, thanks

Jonno