This week, the highlight is meaningful sequence and focus order.
WCAG 1.3.2 Meaningful sequence - level A and 2.4.3 Focus order - level A both relate to logical order in any content. They're similar and aim to ensure that assistive technologies don't access content in a confusing way. The difference is mainly that 1.3.2 applies to all content and is essential for screen readers so that it reads out the content in a logical and meaningful way. Whereas 2.4.3 refers to interactive items and are also important for keyboard users who don’t necessarily use screen readers but need to activate interactive items such as links, video players or search bars. Focus order ensures that for example keyboard users can tab through, access and input content in a meaningful way.
To comply, make sure to present content in a logical and intuitive way. Besides, use the authoring tool's focus order function to align the focus order with the reading order as much as possible.